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Re: cutting down ti pot
Very elegant solution. This is the same stove I used for years. More or less the same wind screen bottom too - at least conceptually. Mine was pretty sloppy and made out of thin Al cut with scis...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 10:24pm

Re: Re: Cutting down a Ti pot
Pretty nice. With if folded over it partially answers my question about picking it up without the handle. I was considering resewing the original handle as a possibility as well. I doesn't t...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 7:55pm

Re: Re: Cutting down a Ti pot
Did you guys redo the cozy? It is hard to tell for sure from the picture, but it looks like you cut that down too. Can you provide any details?

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 7:45pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cutting down a Ti pot
"I am unable to bend them in. All of this talk about them not being strong enough is just a bunch of hyperbole." John, I am nowhere near your SUL level, but as someone who carries arou...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 6:22pm

Re: Re: Rehydration temperature
I do enjoy both the speed and the warmth at the end of the day. But it is nice to know you can do this and how long it takes, if only so you can be fearless about running out of fuel. I probably...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Good pot cozy video...also not bringing FBC food to the boil.
March 27, 3:53pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Cutting down a Ti pot
John, what is your feeling about the stability if the final Ti pots? Do they feel squishy? The Jetboils are not quite as thin as some Ti pots I think.

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 3:32pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Sternum strap?
I've never been fully happy with ANYTHING from Osprey I have ever owned. While they often have some nice details, they always have one or more things that just seem somewhat "off" on...

In GEAR » My take on the new Men's Exos 58
March 27, 3:21pm

Re: Re: Cutting down a Ti pot
If a dremel tool will in fact work on the Ti then I'm on the case. I have cut a lot of metal with mine, just never tried Ti before. Delmar - "we don need no stinkin' lips!" ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 1:55pm

Re: Re: Sternum strap?
The older versions basically have "button holes" in the shoulder straps where you can adjust the sternum strap height. Maybe take a closer look as you should be able to do this by hand, a...

In GEAR » My take on the new Men's Exos 58
March 27, 12:29pm

Cutting down a Ti pot
I've seen several post over the years here about people cutting down their Ti pots to make them smaller. I am interested in doing a Mod on one of my cook systems and was wondering what is neces...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down a Ti pot
March 27, 12:14pm

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