Dual Fuel stove
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Kevin Egelhoff
(kegelhoff) - F

Locale: Southern Cal
Dual Fuel stove on 05/18/2009 20:41:34 MDT Print View

Thanks to Bill F. for posting his dual fuel stove. This is basically a copy of Bill's but uses a MSR Windpro stove as the foundation due to its large efficient burner. Total weight is 8.74 oz. as shown with the three ti tent stakes. Works really well with the MSR canister stove in place but I have yet to test it in wood burning mode. Hope to do a full report on it soon. Thanks again Bill !!

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Kevin

Edited by kegelhoff on 05/18/2009 20:42:58 MDT.

Dan Yeruski
(zelph) - MLife

Locale: www.bplite.com
Re: Dual Fuel stove on 05/18/2009 21:05:30 MDT Print View

Looks great Kevin. Well formed, clean cut!!! =)

Jan Rezac
(zkoumal) - MLife

Locale: Prague, CZ
RE: Dual Fuel stove on 05/19/2009 20:00:34 MDT Print View

Nice mod, Kevin. I'd only add some holes around the burner to allow the flame to take more fresh air from below the sheet, just to make sure it burns as clean as possible (to reduce possible CO production).

Kevin Egelhoff
(kegelhoff) - F

Locale: Southern Cal
Re: RE: Dual Fuel stove on 05/19/2009 22:04:37 MDT Print View

Jan,
Thanks for the insight. I was wondering if I needed more air at the burner. I can easily add a few small holes.

Kevin