Brunton makes (or used to) a converter for a backpacking canister stove that converts it to a remote canister stove. Your small backpacking canister stove screws onto the 3 legged converter.The canister screws onto the valved attachment at the other end of the stainless braided fuel hose.VOILA! You now have the equivalent of an MSR "Windpro" remote canister stove. I have both the Windpro and the Brunton convertor so we can have 2 stoves for car camping.
Indeed.And in 2008 we published an MYOG article on the Brunton adaptor:http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/myog_winter_stove_summer_upright_stove_brunton_stnd.htmlCheers
And too bad that Brunton stopped selling them. I see some on eBay, but not sure if they stack up. I know other folks have posted about this, but it doesn't seem like there is a good reliable replacement :(.
The source for them all is Fire Maple FMS-702:http://fire-maple.com/products_del.html?news_id=91&c_id=5&cate_id=12So what you see on eBay is probably the same thing. Hunt around via Google.Cheers
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