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Old 09-06-2011, 11:51   #1
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Single Burner Gimballed Propane Stove

We are looking for a used gimbaled single burner propane stove for use in our cockpit while off shore. Any brand. Thanks!
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Re: single burner propane gimbal stove

I have a Force 10 single gimbled...
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shoot, I bought a new one. I need to delete this old post. Thanks
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Ok...How much are they new?
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Re: single burner propane gimbal stove

I'm curious - why do you want to use it in your cockpit?
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Re: single burner propane gimbal stove

we are a hard top center cockpit with a fold up from wheel pedestal teak table, So the cockpit is where we spend most time. The stove hangs on a side wall up near the bulkhead out of wind and weather. I like a warm me up durring the cold shifts. Coffee or soup. Also have a gimbaled hanger in the galley so we use it there too. I ended up buying new as I didnt find a used one. Thanks.
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