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Old 08-06-2009   #1
Dolores, Colorado
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Stoves for multi-day trips?

Curious what folks are using for their stoves on multi-day trips. I've been using one of the big ol' metal two burners with the fold out legs, but the thing weighs about 50 pounds and I borrow it from where I work. Looking to get my own that is newer, lighter, etc. Definitely like the looks of the stoves that fold up like a small suitcase. Thanks.

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Old 08-06-2009   #2
Walterville, Oregon
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I didn't believe it until I tried it

I recently bought a propane stove that I highly reccomend.

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Old 08-06-2009   #3
Pugetopolis, Washington
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The 2-burner Partner stove. Or u could get the 4-burner. Best stoves out there,imo
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Old 08-06-2009   #4
Jenks, Oklahoma
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Coleman propane stoves work well and are cheap. They will rust out pretty quickly on western river trips. Due to the thin metal construction, they dent easy and get beat up. But the cost to buy is very reasonable. I have one of the very old style square two burner white gas models and used it for many years car camping till I found out about Partner Steel stoves on a western river trip.

I have the Partner Steel 4 burner and have a lot of years and use on this stove. Still works and looks like new. Partner Steel stoves may well be the last stove you will buy as it is basically aluminum and stainless steel plus parts are available to rebuild the burners. Hi initial cost but cheap if you use the stove a lot.
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Old 08-09-2009   #5
Rainy Northwest, Washington
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Camp Chef All Terrain

I have a Camp Chef "All Terrain" that I like. It heats way faster than my old Coleman, which frankly didn't cut it in cold wind.

It fits in a standard dry box, and you can buy legs for it.

But if I had the money, I'd buy a Partner.
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Old 08-09-2009   #6
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Partner 2 burner with break apart hinges. Micro in size but will break apart to burn under two large pots. Quite expensive but should last for a lifetime of private boating.
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