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Old 05-22-2012   #1
 
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I'm looking for a large lightweight propane camp stove, any ideas?

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take a look at this one.

Camp Chef - Weekender 2 Burner Sport Stove One Color, One Size at GearTrade.com

if i had the money i'd grab it myself.

used one on a middle fork trip. worked well and high heat output.
comes with legs and free shipping.

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Can't beat a Partner if you have the funds.
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yeah, if you got the $$$, nothing beats a partner!
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Best money to BTUs I've found is the Camp Chief Everest 2. I have not picked one up, but it is on my wishlist. Camp Chef Everest 2-Burner Camp Stove - Free Shipping at REI.com
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yeah, if you got the $$$, nothing beats a partner!
Anything with more than 12K BTU burners
beats a partner. Very nice ($$$) design, but no real heat!
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Neither of the options suggested are "lightweight". These are the lightest, not on top of the bottle type burners I've been able to find. Texsport Single Burner Propane Stove for Camping | eBay For the weight of a 4 burner partner, you could have a 10+ burners with these things. They fit in a gamma bucket. Might work.
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I wish someone made a stove with Camp Chef-sized burners with the Partner sheet metal frame. Camp Chef steel frames are just too heavy for anything except car camping.

Edit: Just looked at TriBri1's link. The Camp Chef Everest/Denali stoves look like just the ticket.
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Best money to BTUs I've found is the Camp Chief Everest 2. I have not picked one up, but it is on my wishlist. Camp Chef Everest 2-Burner Camp Stove - Free Shipping at REI.com
TriBri- You might look at these for an inexppensive high ouput stove. 25K/burner compared to 20K for the Camp Chef. You can get one at BiMart and they go on sale fairly often. I got mine for $49 a few years ago.

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I have one of these, but it's only a 12kBTU/burner stove. I wouldn't pay $119 full retail for it, but found it for $15 in a pawn shop. Can't beat it for the combo grill/burner combo, especially only cooking for a family of 4.
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It would be nice if there were a similar version with the 25kBTU burners you posted, Wadeinthewater.
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