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Old 03-29-2015, 02:04 AM   #1
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Where to buy an outdoor stove!

Hi guys!

We have a new 2716g that we're picking up in a few days. Very excited! It is replacing a Fleetwood Mesa that we worked to death after 10 years.

Anyway, the one thing it doesn't have is an outdoor stove. Any suggestions on where to get one online? Thanks very much!

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Old 03-29-2015, 02:13 AM   #2
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Hi guys!

We have a new 2716g that we're picking up in a few days. Very excited! It is replacing a Fleetwood Mesa that we worked to death after 10 years.

Anyway, the one thing it doesn't have is an outdoor stove. Any suggestions on where to get one online? Thanks very much!

Todd
If you want a small one try any ARMY SURPLUS store. for the folding ones.
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Old 03-29-2015, 04:18 AM   #3
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Can not go wrong with a Coleman Propane, Mine is 40 years old and still going strong.
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Can not go wrong with a Coleman Propane, Mine is 40 years old and still going strong.
Agreed, mine is 25 years old and works great.
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Old 03-29-2015, 12:45 PM   #5
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Costco sells a great on. Sturdy and relatively inexpensive.
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Old 03-29-2015, 01:00 PM   #6
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Think about what you will be cooking ( how many burners at once) and where you will be using it ( picnic table available) both now and in years to come. Base your decision on that. A stove mounted to the side of your RV sounds nice, but more than likely you will not use it there much. A good Coleman propane stove will last forever and can be run off small propane bottles or from a larger tank on the TT Via an extension hose. I carry an extra 20lb tank that runs stove, grill, and lantern if needed.
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Unless you're boondocking, check out your local discount store for one or 2 burner electric. Oceanstate Job lot up here in the northeast has the 1 burner for $10 and the 2 burner for $20.
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Unless you're boondocking, check out your local discount store for one or 2 burner electric. Oceanstate Job lot up here in the northeast has the 1 burner for $10 and the 2 burner for $20.
I HEART OSJL!!

I use a regular propane camping stove. Does the job. I also have a 1 burner electric that I use, also.
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We have been using a Camp Chef stove and love it. The legs are a bit short, but we don't use them and put it on a table. You can run it off a 20lb tank, or get a hose and run it off a trailer quick connect, as the stove is low pressure.

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We've got a Camp Chef Pro 90 and love it! Have the 2 burner BBQ and 2 burner flat grill for it.. It's all we take camping.. I opted for the 3 burner for more room and versatility for my annual hunting trip. It is handy if you have the bbq and want to throw a pot on for beans, or boiling water for corn on the cob.. And the 30,000 btu burners heat up quick...
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