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Unread 11-09-2012, 10:37 PM
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Re: Wall Tent

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Like Jake Levi said, it drips onto a sloped piece of steel in a pan. Imagine a pony keg, with a coffee can at the bottom, where a small slightly sloped piece of steel rests in the center of the can. Now put a fancy looking piece of tin around the pony keg with louvers, & add a tank plummed into the whole thing with a pitcock for adjusting the flow.
We light newspaper, drop it into the "coffee can" then start the drip. I doubt you could burn wood in it except very small bits, & pieces in emergency. It would be a real pain to scoop the ashes too. But it could hold enough firewood to keep you alive in a blizard as a last resort. Your drip stove may not work after that, but you'd be alive to build/buy another one.

So I am back to thinking about this drip stove again. Can I get some brand name and details where to order one and a recommendation for a good stove?

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    So I am back to thinking about this drip stove again. Can I get some brand name and details where to order one and a recommendation for a good stove?

    Thanks
    Jeff
    Hey Broz,
    It's an old Coleman drip stove.
    Fling me a p.m. With your email & ill send pics. I just got back today so it's in my garage. I'll go take a bunch of pics but I have 0 idea how to post them from my phone, & honestly could care less about learning to post them on LRH. Just too much of a pain in the butt. But I can happily, & easily email them to you.
    If you care to post them even better. That way I won't be bombarded with requests to post em
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    Thanks!! PM sent, Hope I can find one of them

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    Thanks!! PM sent, Hope I can find one of them

    Jeff
    Email pics, & pm sent.

    We use it with two 12x14' wall tents back to back & it's quite adequate. Just used it this week in my (one) 12x14' wall tent & kept it between low, & medium. It stayed about 68* inside.
    A little warm, but it was snowing, & I was wet & cold. Guess I could've turned er down a bit, but I was a cold wet wimp, so upper 60's low 70's felt nice.
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