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Old 05-03-2017   #1
 
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Would this fire pan meet regs??

I've been looking around for a firepan that I could take on self support IK type trips. Found this one on Amazon and I'm wondering if it would pass muster. https://www.amazon.com/SANNO-Stainle...dp/B01MY8V98W/

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Seems to me that it would. Usually the main concern is the lip size (3" typically), and it looks like it has that.
12x12 is kind of small, and it seems a bit chintzy, but might work well for you.
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It should work most everywhere except GC and their rules and rangers are out of control. The 3" lip is GC requirement most other rivers are 2 1/2 or less.
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If your looking for Down and Dirty an oil changing pan meets the regs and the price is right. If they require is to be elevated get two and set one down upside down to act as the legs.
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12x12 is 40% too small

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I've been looking around for a firepan that I could take on self support IK type trips. Found this one on Amazon and I'm wondering if it would pass muster. https://www.amazon.com/SANNO-Stainle...dp/B01MY8V98W/
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It looks like it has slots in the bottom of the furnace box for airflow that would let ash fall out so I would say it won't pass.
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Miksee had these fold up, lightweight fire pans he found for self support Grand Canyon trips in packrafts. Maybe shoot him a P.M. for the manufacturer, you might also be able to find it in his trip report from some time this past year, using a thread search.
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It looks like it has slots in the bottom of the furnace box for airflow that would let ash fall out so I would say it won't pass.
I somehow posted my reply in another thread yesterday... I agree with the vents... this wont pass because it wont contain the ashes...

Look at the partner steel kayak pan (40 bucks I think) or the oil pan that whitewater worthy recommended.. I picked one up as an extra fire pan for using DO's and I think I paid less than 15 bucks.

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I bought one of these

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Not flimsy.
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Here is a oil pan I dressed up.. used to be on stupid guide tricks before the site went down.. packs down, light weight , is elevated and fits a 12" Dutch real nice..

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