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Old 06-16-2016   #1
 
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Does a partner steel stove need to stay dry?

Do you all pack the stove in a box or bag? Just wondering if it is a bad idea to throw it in a drop bag sans dry bag.

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I have a Cordura bag for it

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I have run mine completely wet for years. Totally fine. Washes the stove daily. Sometimes it takes 5 min to settle to a good flame when lit because water in the burners has to boil out. The stove itself is aluminum and will not corrode. The burners will probably degrade faster than if kept dry. I probably cook on mine 20 days a year and it is 5 years old with no issues.
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Get sand in the connections and it will plug up the jets.
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I didnt like the idea of sand in the fittings as much as I didn't like dedicating that much drybox space to the stove. There are brass caps at ace that will thread onto the hose connections. I put those on and stick it in the boat. No issues over years.
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I didnt like the idea of sand in the fittings as much as I didn't like dedicating that much drybox space to the stove. There are brass caps at ace that will thread onto the hose connections. I put those on and stick it in the boat. No issues over years.
Thanks that's what I'll do!

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