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Old 04-04-13, 11:45 AM
Niles H.
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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
Part of what makes a stove bigger is the pot supports..

there are simple light Alcohol burning stoves of Titanium.. , really simple because of the fuel used.

MSR whisperlight is thoroughly tested, and if you leave the pump in the fuel bottle,
quite compact to pack..
I use their midsized bottle, it goes in that under the frame water bottle cage.
and got a cover made for the pump ,. left in the bottle.
I've been thinking of adapting one of those titanium alcohol burners for use in a gas system. It might involve drilling some extra holes, which wouldn't be a big deal.

Could make for a very light burner and stand.

Titanium can definitely take the heat.

Has to be one of the greatest materials ever.
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