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    Tribal Elder Chubbs's Avatar
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    Great work lads. I like the steam vent idea. I gonna have to borrow that idea and adapt the one I made last year out of an aluminum pan lid.

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    Very Tidy Proffesional Job!Well done!!!!
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    Thanks Tigger and Bernie.

    I think this demonstrates more than ever that the sum of the parts (members) is greater than the whole (forum). I shall keep this idea in mind. Back in the last century when I was an Air Cadet doing DEA I used to use my enamel pint mug to heat a brew while I ate my lunch. I think a little aluminium lid for the mug could be in order.

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    Lovely job and the difference you'll see in fuel consumption is fantastic over using an open top pot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rik_uk3 View Post
    Lovely job and the difference you'll see in fuel consumption is fantastic over using an open top pot.
    Very true, it does seem to make a big difference, also nice not drinking ash and leaf litter.....lol
    Last edited by Tigger004; 04-03-2014 at 09:07 PM.
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    I'd like to thank Tigger and Bernie for this post,hears my go at makng a crusader mug lide,Iwill not be cooking in it only boilling water for tea so only need one hole for the steamt to come out.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	11859Thanks again guys for the post.......Tony.

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    Nice job Tony. It looks like yours doubles as a handle retainer to keep the handles in the packed away position. I like that.

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    Ya it does Bernie it's the smaller one than yours,it's also got the roller lip.......thanks again bud.....Tony.

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    top job everyone , I think I might have a go with my volcano stove mug, you make it look so easy

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    I'll be making another one soon. I might just make a video of that...

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