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Subject Topic: Coleman 2 burner petrol stove
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29/10/2010 at 6:26pm
 Location: London
 Outfit: Karsten 350
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Er, well, perhaps it wasn't quite by accident.

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29/10/2010 at 8:40pm
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Quote: Originally posted by mikecarter1969 on 23/10/2010
My father had a single burner one and it worked well. I just have a reluctance to use anything in or near a tent that is powered by one of the most inflammable substances on earth. I wonder how many tent fires have been started by some fool leaving it in the porch after having left the breather vent open and having a cigarette! I prefer to stick with gas or paraffin!



And how many cars blow up when some fool stands next to it having a cigarette.

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29/10/2010 at 9:32pm
 Location: Lincolnshire
 Outfit: 5 m zig bell force 10 trigano ridge
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I think there is far more gas related explosions than petrol in the world, simply due to the fact the gas can fill a room or tent from top to bottom with ease, where as petrol and other liquids simply stay in a confined area, eg the floor, therefore a much reduced chance of combustion.

Why do we have this debate every few weeks!?



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30/10/2010 at 12:41am
 Location: staffordshire
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I've got two double burners. Never found anything better,
got the colman oven aswell, great for warming pies.

Run mine on panel wipe, from my local car bodyshop suppliers.

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30/10/2010 at 10:46pm
 Location: Cumbria
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Well cheers for the info. I bought one now and can't wait to have a go with it : )


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31/10/2010 at 1:07pm
 Location: London
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You won't be disappointed, they are reliable and well made. I wonder how long it will be until you get one of their lanterns.

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31/10/2010 at 6:28pm
 Location: Bergamo Italy
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Quote: Originally posted by hartfordxxl100 on 30/10/2010
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Run mine on panel wipe, from my local car bodyshop suppliers.


You might want to check that the panel wipe you use doesn't contain Toluene. Very nasty stuff.
Just one of the reasons I use Aspen 4T in my petrol burning stoves.

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