As well as the high price
, the A and H burners are also not the ones with a built in pricker--but that may change so it might be worth asking if one was to buy.
Speaking of propane--would you just buy a new stove or convert an exiting kerosene to propane
??--I have been wondering if there are any kits but probaably not. I notice that some out door stores have cast iron burners with 1,2,3 burners for under $90. I thought they might be OK as long as you had them set up to turn on and off with a solenoid and a sensor. but maybe too cheaply made?? I don't use the oven
on my kerosene much as I have learned that a pressure cooker can do most oven
related things including bread. Any thoughts??