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    FOUND ONE Little Dandy Stove Nimblewill Nomad

    I'm looking to buy a stainless steel Little Dandy stove by Nimblewill Nomad as seen on http://zenstoves.net/Wood.htm

    Looking for one made to the exact dimensions as stated in the instructions. No other modified variations.
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    Mr. Z, you really looking to buy one. I find that hard to believe. I figured you would have made one and found 10 ways to improve it by now. After all you are the stove man.
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    how about gargoyles replica stove ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob2guns View Post
    how about gargoyles replica stove ??
    Yep, buy one from G.
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    How much are you wanting to spend on it?

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    Not sure if it's the same size, I bought one long ago from this guy
    http://www.canoepaddler.me.uk/Products.php

    He now resides in Canada somewhere.

    Good quality product! The Nimble Will is, iirc, the 'mother of all collapsible/flat transportable' stove. All the rest came later and improved/tried to...

    After I sold my Nimble Will I tried a Honey stove (which I sold too) and some more, both commercial ones and diy. Some have improvements some don't.....

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    Jazilla Mr. Z, you really looking to buy one. I find that hard to believe. I figured you would have made one and found 10 ways to improve it by now. After all you are the stove man.
    I have a weakness sometimes. Need to find out how things are made. Then.....I can improve on them. CNC shops are a dime a dozen and seem to be the wave of the future. Laser and waterjet, whoooo!!!!fast and efficient. Oh, and Titanium, fabulous stuff Never used it, never will. I'm old school Aluminum, whooo!!! conducts heet like you know what it's the best

    bob2guns how about gargoyles replica stove ??
    Yes, that would be just fine if he wants to sell. Has he been around?

    oldgringo Quote:
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    how about gargoyles replica stove ??

    Yep, buy one from G.
    Do you know if his is made to the dimensions on the zen site?

    born2roam Not sure if it's the same size, I bought one long ago from this guy
    http://www.canoepaddler.me.uk/Products.php
    I'll give him a try if I can't get one here. Live here, buy here

    Thanks for all the help!!!
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    Here are the original templates.

    ...and, yes, Gargoyle has been around. His version of the Nimble Nomad stove is good stuff. However, I believe it is slightly different from the original.
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    Here's a a link to Gargoyles stove (the gar-griller). http://gargoylegear.webs.com/apps/we...s/show/1610046
    Terry

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    Gargoyle's stove is bigger and he put an extra slot in his for toasting things. EagleJ made mine using the Nimblewill design I'm pretty sure. And he made it bigger too.
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