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Old 11-08-2011   #1
 
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does this look like it would (with the wind screens) pass fire pan regulations?

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Not as is. You might easily be able to modify it to pass regulations though.
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Don't know about the firepan regs. suggest you check with the permit page on the river you want to use it on.

On the other hand, it looks like a great small group grill. Any idea on where to buy and price here in the USA?
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It would not pass on many rivers--such as the GC. These rivers require 300 square inches with a 3 inch lip, as well as being elevated---and with fire blankets.
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opps i was thinking cubic not square inches... it's available on amazon
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anchorless... how would you modify it?
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what do folks do that just want to meet regulations and be super lightweight and small as i rarely build fires
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what do folks do that just want to meet regulations and be super lightweight and small as i rarely build fires
I have a Partner Steel 2 part firepan that slides together and is light. Meets all the regs if you use rocks underneath to keep from scorching the sand.
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I have a Partner Steel 2 part firepan that slides together and is light. Meets all the regs if you use rocks underneath to keep from scorching the sand.
Just an update:
Grand Canyon regulations require legs on your fire pan--"Fire pans must be elevated using manufactured legs (not rocks, empty cans, etc.)."
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I just use an inexpesive metal oil drain pan like this one...

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I recently added some bolt on legs made from aluminim angle, to meet the revised reg's on Ladore. I also added a wire grill (Home Depot) so I can BBQ. The size of the pan is just right for my dutch oven.
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