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    Hope the bit about the pin/paperclip makes sense?

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    Yep, all clear thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosseveritt View Post
    Yep, all clear thx.
    Errrrrr,
    Seeing as the floor plate is well vented, why not just raise it off the ground using whatever suitable rocks or even stout branches are available around you, when you want to light up for a brew?

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    Just used mine on a bimble, no problems at all, perfect burn





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    Quote Originally Posted by Proventurer View Post
    Errrrrr,
    Seeing as the floor plate is well vented, why not just raise it off the ground using whatever suitable rocks or even stout branches are available around you, when you want to light up for a brew?
    I have done that Pro. I just thought it would give it a hand. Thx for responding.
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    Cheers for the picture Bopdude.
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    No worries that was taken earlier this week at about minus 10c, nice to see a flame, had just made a brew with the trangia in the stove and then built a small wood fire in it, great little bit of kit

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