Caldera Cone- wood burner???
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Dan Whalley
(thedanwhalley) - F

Locale: peakdistrict natonial park, UK
Caldera Cone- wood burner??? on 02/06/2008 10:56:56 MST Print View

I have a standard Caldera Cone and was wondering if they will be fine useing them as a wood burner stove with little alteration?
They have a titanium cone which uses tent pegs to raise the pot, it is possable on my cone, will the aluminum cone last useing wood??
cone raised

Edited by thedanwhalley on 02/06/2008 11:10:06 MST.

Michael Skwarczek
(uberkatzen) - F

Locale: Sudamerica
good idea, but no on 02/06/2008 11:30:08 MST Print View

You'll melt the aluminum cone with the direct flame. I've been working with aluminum Bushbuddy designs and learned this quickly. Cool idea but you'll need steel or titanium.

Edited by uberkatzen on 02/06/2008 11:32:46 MST.

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
Ditto... you want SS or Ti for wood... Alum just doesn't hold... on 02/06/2008 13:30:50 MST Print View

I would have posted more here, but I posted a thread...

Custom Size Tri-Ti Calderas are Coming!

Dan Whalley
(thedanwhalley) - F

Locale: peakdistrict natonial park, UK
Caldra cone on 02/07/2008 01:33:01 MST Print View

Cheers for the replys,

i thought as much, just didnt want to find out the hard way!!

Oh no, looks like i am going to have to purchase some new gear again (note, sarcasm!)

Edited by thedanwhalley on 02/07/2008 01:33:47 MST.