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Cook kit

Discussion in 'Self-made Gear' started by TrailJack, Oct 12, 2017.

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    I really like those IMUSA grease pots. Very inexpensive but very versatile. I added a bail handle to one and wooded knob for the cover. The wood stays cooler to the touch. Add a nesting cup and a small stove and it's all one needs.
     
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    Nice, neat, petite, I like it. joe
     
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    I like it!
     
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    I think you appreciate home made the best! Well done.
     
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    Like this sort of stuff, looks good :dblthumb:
     
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    The foster pot is the nesting cup and that's a alcohol stove there. I should have described each item.

    Question for, how did you add the bail handle? I've been thinking of that but not sure if I should wrap wire and bring it up or drill a few holes and use them?
     
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    Drilled tiny holes and used a wire coat hanger. Bail handle kits can be bought from Ben's Backwoods for a few dollars. They're easy to install and look professional.
     
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    I have that same Imusa pot that for some reason I been slacking on getting a few of the mods done to it I like that idea with the eye bolt i think im going to have borrow that idea thansk for for sharing
     
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    I like that cook set up, I have something similar that I made from a old metal coffee can.
     

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