All right . . I've had it!!! This is the last weekend I will every monkey around with my alcohol stove
Yep, I'm pretty familiar with how they work and all. I have the exact same stove
model on my power cabin boat and its "ok" there. Please don't try to talk me into keeping the alcohol stove
- I am truly done with it.
So, I'd like to convert this over to LPG. I've read up on the various safety things (locker, solenoid, etc.) and understand what needs to be done there.
I'd like to keep the same basic "stove body" in place. It has a great setup with moveable fiddles
/pot holders, integrated cover/cutting board. In other words I like that part.
I simply want to replace the burners and control knobs.
I've been looking at various LPG camp stoves
and think that it "should" be fairly easy to do the replacement. Just wondering if anyone else has done this approach? what stove did you end up using for "parts"? Any tips or suggestions?