just wait until the light weight gear guys see this!!
great they stay in Minnesota!
i tossed out one of those a few weeks ago.
i came with the garage when we moved in many-many years ago.
i was using it as a stand for plastic gas...
my grandmother ,bless her,was a forelady at the Temple rug factory in
Glasgow in the late 1800's.she said sperm oil was used on the machines.
i'm in of course and I sort of know that park just an hour or so away.
Alan I had no idea that even Midwest was shut down!
in our little corner of south Minneapolis we are really out of the loop.
I have one of these and as you might know the new propane bottles
don't fit.look around yard sales for the old ones with the seam that
please post the instruction sheet.
thanks..that gives me what I thought was a good date for my first yard
sale MSR stove,the one with the long tube.
can you give us some dates on these??
I have two of these,the one with the wire running from the battery box
is easer to control.i just used them on drive in camps or short hikes.
a well know canoe guide and "how to camp" author here in Minnesota called these stoves
Tinker Toys. he is a fan of the 123 type white gas stoves....
Haggis..here in Mpls coleman two burners are left out for the junkers
to take away.i guess that includes me because I have at least three I
Minnesota is the "land of 10,000 lakes"!
if you put a big wing nut on that little fuel knob you get better control.
I just jam fit one on with some super glue to help hold it.
a new burner would be the way to go I agree.
I have a couple I bought a few years ago when
they were "cheap" on Ebay.
i'll make that a project and...
I had my Butterfly out the other day.i'm going thru my collection to work
out which one's i'll take on some short camping trips for photo shoots....
when you make your old camps please post the photos.
I would say let the classic's be the classic's as we here at
ccs know them.newer coleman type one burners from the 50's thru 60's or so
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