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    Titanium/Aluminum cook pot

    Looking for a 5-6" (1-2L)cook pot for use on a supercat stove. Would like to pay under $15. I've looked into grease pots but would like one a little stronger.

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    i got a stainless pot its 1.5L and ultra light has a lid but now knob on the lid and also dont have any handles you could do like i do and either use fiberglass wiking or the gsi finger pot holder thing but the pot is super light stainless so it more durable and the exact size your looking for but i think i would have to have 20 for it to cover PP fees and shipping ill only get 10 bucks out of the deal.
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    I'd say get the large (12cm/1.25q) IMUSA mug. Cost around $12 new from Wal-Mart. Lightweight, and durable. Only downside I've found is that I've yet to be able to find a good ready made lid for it.

    I picked one up from the Wal-Mart on New Bern Ave a few months back, they also hade the 10cm(.75q I believe) version in stock at the time.
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    http://www.amazon.com/Open-Country-5...105723&sr=8-29

    And its lid fits the IMUSA pot mug perfectly.

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    Is there any way to modify that lid to use the unit as a pot instead of percolator?

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    Think I'm going to go with this one:

    http://www.opencountrycampware.com/c..._199a06f80d4a/

    Thanks for the guidance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang009 View Post
    Is there any way to modify that lid to use the unit as a pot instead of percolator?
    No modification necessary to the lid. Just leave the the basket and riser pipe out and its a cookpot. When droplets start appearing in the clear knob, you know you are getting close to boiling. I use this lid all the time with my IMUSA mug/pot. (aka Hillbilly pot)

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