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Old 09-29-2018   #1
 
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Woodland Stove Stand

Hey I remember seeing a woodland stove stand, double I think, for sale a month or so ago. Does anyone have one they can take a few pics of? I want to make a double stove stand and get myself off the ground! Thanks for any help.

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I have a single one that I just bought today.
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Where did you get a single? been trying to find one forever.

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I bought it at the Cascade River Gear Garage Sale...one of the guys who works there had it, sold it at the sale. Has some use, but it is in great shape.
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How does the stove hang in it? Just hooks? And are there horizontal supports lower on the legs to keep them from spreading?
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They only hang, with no additional support.

The stand is neat and makes the stove a comfortable height to work on. Where the stove itself is easy and simple to set-up, the stand is not. 8 total pieces that must be assembled correctly (colored tape in picture above) and it's kinda of heavy. Admittedly I don't use a blaster that much on the river, and find the hassle of the stand to be to much.

For these reasons, I only set mine up at home for canning or camping in the same spot for many days.
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Tangential to this thread I'm thinking about designing a stand for my woodland that get it off the ground. Doesn't need to be cooking height but just brings it off the ground a bit (12-18") and prevents it from sitting in sand as well as someone knocking against it while it's hot.
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I bought the double stand. At some point I can pull it out post some pictures. Pretty cool setup. A bit much (over engineered) in some respects, but I like it. Presumably it was prototype that they did not commercialize. Seems likely since they can barely get their shit together enough to produce the stove.



readNrun- I agree and plan the same for when I don't want to drag the double around. If you want to colab let me know. I've got welders. PS-thanks!
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Even better; somebody else's pics:
https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/...e-40189-2.html
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Interesting if you look at those pics the regulators are very different than mine. Well, the regulator may be the same but it doesn't have the original block control that allows for small adjustments.

jeffro - I need to noodle on the design of compact stand for the single. If anyone has ideas, let's hear them. The woodland design (the single) is way too much for what I'm looking for. Plus, I only need to raise it say 18-24" off the ground.
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