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    SOLD: Swedish Military Trangia - Alcohol Stoves

    I have an over abundance of these Swedish Military Trangia alcohol stoves with bottles and windscreen. I need to make room for more gadgets and clean out my closet.
    I am asking $5.00 for the stove and bottle and $3.00 for shipping ($8.00 total). I do have the windscreens as mentioned and everything is self contained inside the windscreens which is nice, but the weight of the windscreens is unnessessary, but I will sell them also for additional cost for screen and shipping. How bout' $2.50 for total of $10.50 if you want the screen included.
    The stoves are EXCELLENT and the rubber O-ring seals on lids are brand new. These stoves are made of quality brass and are made to be able to take a beating and still perform flawlessly. Just pour the fuel in the stove and store it for multiple uses thanks to the sealing lids.
    You will not be disappointed with these stoves.



    burner: 2" wide x 1" high to junction with tank



    tank: 4 1/4" wide x 1" high to juction with burner



    holes drilled at junction of rim & shoulder



    Please see attached pictures to see size and how well these stoves work.
    *please note that the fuel used in pic is 91% Isopro Alcohol, hence the tiki torch flame...lol
    I have a total of 15 stoves,bottles, and screens.
    I will take PayPal as payment.
    Please PM with questions or PayPal ID.


    ** Backpacker "review" of stove:
    http://www.thebackpacker.com/gear/st...ohol_stove.php
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    Last edited by *HangMan*; 08-07-2008 at 21:12. Reason: SOLD OUT

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    any idea on weight?
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    0.890 Kgs Without fuel.
    1.170 Kgs With a full fuel bottle
    1.230 Kgs With full fuel bottle and filled burner.
    Brass isn't the lightest, but man these are very durable.
    Last edited by *HangMan*; 08-07-2008 at 14:27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GADGETEER View Post
    .8 oz for stove and bottle. Brass isn't the lightest, but man these are very durable.
    the bottle might be 0.8 oz, but that stove isn't. I've got one, I'd guess at least 3 oz, maybe 4.

    I did some quick googling and found this post that lists the burner as weighing 85 grams.

    Mine is going hiking with me next week I really like the ability to snuff out the stove and leave unused fuel in it.

    Grizz

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    I'll take one. Sending you a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    the bottle might be 0.8 oz, but that stove isn't. I've got one, I'd guess at least 3 oz, maybe 4.

    I did some quick googling and found this post that lists the burner as weighing 85 grams.

    Mine is going hiking with me next week I really like the ability to snuff out the stove and leave unused fuel in it.

    Grizz
    LOL my bad Grizz your right. These are the military durable ones that are 0.890 Kgs Without fuel.
    1.170 Kgs With a full fuel bottle 1.230 Kgs With full fuel bottle and filled burner, not the 5.6 oz civilian models. The civi ones has the simmer tongue, these do have the snuff cap with the O-ring to hold the fuel and stove as one.
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    That is my favorite alky stove. They are bomb proof and the have the ability to carry fuel inside the stove. Highly recommended. If I didn't already have a crap load of stoves I would get this one as a backup.

    BTW, does it include the simmering cap?
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    I'll take one also, PM sent.
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    put me in for two, PM sent.

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    For those of you buying the stove: Be sure not to replace cap on the stove until it cools off or you will fry your oring causing it to leak if you carry fuel in the stove.
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