RV Stove VS Camping Stove

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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby Socal Tom » Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:01 pm

SunTrekker wrote:
Shadow Catcher wrote:We have an Atwood three burner and Nancy has no complaints, the true test :)


@Shadow, just trying to figure out stoves right now as well. How often do you use all three burners?

Everyone else....2 burners or 3 and why?


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I just have 2 burners, cause I wanted the camp chef oven, and it came with 2. There are times when both are full and a third would be nice, but most of the 3 burner stoves have them so close together I'm not sure you can really use them as 3 burners. I think if I needed a third burner frequently I would use one of these. https://express.google.com/product/9657 ... mpaign=gsx
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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby SunTrekker » Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:03 pm

Nice! Specially at $19.

Thanks!


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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby Ottsville » Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:46 pm

I pretty much never need more than two burners. Most of the time it's just one but that really depends on how you cook. Camp chef two burner is my go to, although I've been looking at one of those single burner butane ones posted above. I foeget the manufacturer, but somebody makes those that run on either butane or propane.
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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby KTM_Guy » Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:21 pm

If you have an Asian market you can find those butane single burner stoves cheap. And the butane fuel is so much cheaper than anyplace online. I have also seen them in double burner stoves. Great little stoves, but they struggle above 11'000 feet.

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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby slowcowboy » Tue Oct 23, 2018 5:11 pm

I got a 2 burner drop in hooked to a coleman can no issues but not really into it..yep.plumbing leaks yada and low btus...so I went back to my Coleman hobby were I got 5 to 7 easy pieyable white gas stoves to choose from...every thing white gas from single burners to large 3 burners...single burners heat coffee light charcoal suit gas normal 2 burners get used for cooking food and grill partys,at home. 3 burners was just to have I collect colemans...backing packing stoves are for fast easy freeze,dried meals..or quad camping trips..slow.
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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby Andrew Herrick » Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:21 pm

KTM_Guy wrote:Just an FYI the Partner Steel stove was mention above and they are great stoves, but they need to use the the supplied regulator. It runs at a higher pressure than most camp stoves or other propane things in an RV. I'm getting ready to bit the bullet and order one soon.

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Can attest to that. A few months ago, a representative at Partner Steel told me their burner is 27 PSI. For reference, the low-pressure side of an RV propane system (11 WC inches) is roughly 0.5 PSI. I think the typical "Coleman" camping stove runs at 10-15 PSI (don't quote me on that). So, just to make that clear: Almost no stock camping stove will run properly connected to a low-pressure propane system. Most have a built-in pressure regulator and must be connected to a high-pressure source (tank or quick-connect fitting), which IS a safety concern. Thankfully, since most cooking in a teardrop takes place outdoors, the safety risk is mitigated.
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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby Shadow Catcher » Fri Nov 30, 2018 3:16 pm

I use a two stage regulator and it feeds a gas grill, three burner cook top and a 6gal water heater. "The outlet pressure is 11"WC and has a 160,000 BTU/hr capacity."
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Re: RV Stove VS Camping Stove

Postby Wolfgang92025 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:55 pm

I have both 2 & 3 burner Coleman white gas.
Last 5 years I have only used the 2 burner stove.
It's lighter and takes up less space.
Last, think about how often you use 3 burners at the same time at home?
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