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Gimbling one Burner Stove!

Does any body have a Force 10 or Seacook one burner or know where to get one? Fixing to build my own if I don't find one soon. Mine was lost in the restoration some how.

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Does any body have a Force 10 or Seacook one burner or know where to get one? Fixing to build my own if I don't find one soon. Mine was lost in the restoration some how.

I was watching this one been on for a few weeks now. it might work for you? I have a 3 burner gimblaled presure acholoal stove? May be replacing it one day.
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Re: Gimbling one Burner Stove!

Check atomvoyages.com.

He has or had a very nice one burner stove and sold replacements parts for it.


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Re: Gimbling one Burner Stove!

A freind cut 2- 6 inch holes in the sides of a galvanized bucket and wired his primus one burner inside it. Then he bolted the handle down with cable clamps . Worked well.
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Re: Gimbling one Burner Stove!

Forespar makes one: Boat Gimballed Stove Mini Galley

This is very similar to one I used to own that was fueld with Butane. It was very nece to be able to mount on a bulkhead and cook a pot of stew or keep hot water going for coffee.

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Re: Gimbling one Burner Stove!

There are a couple listed on E-Bay right now. Search " SEA SWING STOVE"
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Wow, very expensive. Was lucky to get mine for $50 and I have two socket mounts, port and starboard. Feel very lucky.

Friend of mine just found one at local marine exchange. Didn't ask what he paid for it.
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A freind cut 2- 6 inch holes in the sides of a galvanized bucket and wired his primus one burner inside it. Then he bolted the handle down with cable clamps . Worked well.
I knew you would say that! This what I have resolved to do and have done in the past. Problem is the whole dang bucket gets piping hot. My least favorite scar is from said bucket. Yep, nothing you can't do with a meatl bucket, a hacksaw and a handrill, some bolts.

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Re: Gimbling one Burner Stove!

Capt.A... dude... I think maybe some stories might need to be told:

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What, prey-tell, is your most favorite scar?

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Capt.A... dude... I think maybe some stories might need to be told:



What, prey-tell, is your most favorite scar?
No, that swinging hot bucket got me good on the wrist and left a nasty looking brown scar. I finally got a tattoo over it, because I was sick of looking at it, it looked like dirt or something. My favorite, I guess is the one on the side of head from when I hit a coffee table corner when I was a kid. No shark bights or bullet holes, sorry, just clumsy ones.

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