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Old 05-24-2010   #61
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Partners have always treated me well. I have had really bad experiences with Brunton products. My brunton profile was impossible to open after its first river trip. For the next few trips, I had to pry it open each night with a butter knife. I finally gave up on it. My advice is to put down the cash for a Partner if you have it or go with the Coleman for a cheap two burner.

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Old 05-24-2010   #62
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Originally Posted by Osprey View Post
not much to add since pretty much anything will work for you based on your preferences, but speaking of refillable propane, you can get an adapter for the 1 lb green bottles for a few bucks that will refill them off your normal sized grill tank. Costs a fraction of what the bottles cost and green to boot. I've been using the same two 1 lb "disposable" tanks for going on 10 years now. I think the adapter costs $10-15.
I've never seen one of these. Where do/did you get one?

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Old 05-24-2010   #63
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I don't know what local places but here's the link from Cabela's with a pic. it's a simple adapter....

Cabela's -- E-Z Propane Filler Coupler

just attach each tank to the adapter, flip the big one upside down and turn it on for about a minute. You can hear it when it stops filling. I agree with some of the reviews that I probably don't get the small one 100% full every time but I don't really care for my usage. there are some tricks though that come in the instructions like freezing the 1 lb'er first that help but can't say I do that most of the time.
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Old 05-25-2010   #64
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They also carry those at Amazon. Just ordered one, got it in a couple of days, and it was cheaper ($15). propane fill adapter
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Old 05-25-2010   #65
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Partners are very durable and pretty! They will probably last a lifetime, but with the 10k burners cooking can take what seems like a lifetime!. If you really want to cook on the river, the stansport mentioned earlier is the best. 25k burners and I picked a new one up on e-bay for $50 delivered to my door.

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