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philh

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Posted: 01/16/20 08:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

campstove, as it has awesome attachments like the griddle, grill, etc

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We have used a Coleman Grill Stove for many years. We are on a second one, I got tired of cleaning the first one that worked for 9 years.

We have both a propane grill and a normal stove burner. The propane is nice for a quick grill.

We also have a Blackstone griddle that is a good unit. We carry it sometimes.

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I like the size of the old Coleman stoves fits nicely in my outside basement storage. I have 3 of them the oldest I bought in 1971. Easy to work on and easy to get parts. After years of cleaning them and replacing parts I found that running some acetone in with the unleaded gas does a good job of cleaning the system. When ever the flame looks too yellow or pulses I add some acetone to the tank and it is good for several seasons. I don't want one with legs either.

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Two. We carry a no-name all-stainless propane grill we got at Sam's maybe 20 years ago, use that most of the time. Also carry a 2-burner Coleman HyperFlame we use when whatever's cooking on the grill takes up most of the space. Both will run on the little quart bottles or can be hosed to a larger bottle or the coach tank low side. Both have legs that can be extended (or not). Hardly ever do any cooking inside, and what little we do is 90% warming leftovers in the microwave.

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Recently bought a Blackstone griddle for camp cooking. Not much you can't do with it.


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