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FS: Trangia Burner with Westwind Pot Stand
Trangia spirit burner: I think 'most everybody knows what it is. Comes complete...burner, snuff/simmering cap and o-ringed sealing cap.Westwind Pot Stand: 3 aluminum pieces that when joined together form a triangle shaped pot stand. Because of the shape and size of the pot stand, I think it is best suited for short and wide pots/pans...my cooksets are of the tall and narrow variety.$18 and shipping on me.Bailey
Edited by pugslie on 05/31/2009 16:39:48 MDT.
The Trangia spirit burner was given away as a birthday gift to a friend. The Westwind pot stand is still available for $10 and shipping on me.Bailey
Is this still available?HJ
Hey Jim...its been gone for a while now...SorryBailey
Hi, Bailey,Long time no see. I'm looking for a pot stand for my "new" Borde stove, and the Westwind would fit the bill well. Knew the post was old, but thought I'd ask.Thanks,HJ
Hi Jim,What about a Clikstand? Mine's not for sale, but it might open up your options.Rod
Would either of these work?http://cgi.ebay.com/ULTRALIGHT-STOVE-POT-STAND-TRANGIA-ALCOHOL-BURNER-/130465484010?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1e60594ceahttp://cgi.ebay.com/Titanium-Multi-Stove-Stand-Fit-Borde-ETA-Alcohol-Stove-/280622216911?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item41566336cf
The Borde stove is long and cylindrical with a coil mounted burner on the front end.With a Westwind, the lower section of the coils will fit under one of the sections of the pot stand.A Clistand is in some ways a better pot stand, but it's solid all the way around and I wouldn't have a way to insert the Borde's burner.HJ
Kevin,Thank you very much. That first one actually looks like a very interesting idea. I wonder if the heat of the stove would warp the aluminum over time.The second one I had seen previously, and I might pick that one up. I wanted to see what people have here and maybe throw someone a little business.HJ
Edited by hikin_jim on 01/31/2011 16:54:38 MST.
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