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FANCEE FEEST STOVES Original or Otherwise

Discussion in 'Zelph's Stoveworks' started by zelph, Sep 9, 2017.

  1. zelph

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    Let's see what you got :)

    I'm the originator and there are a lot of DIYers out there that have made them. Tell us how you made them and where you got the idea from.

    For starters, the original:

     
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    I love the ones I use, and that you made.
     
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    I actually just made one earlier this week. I use Potted meat cans...$1 for 2 at the Dollar store...because I don't like cat food :D

    I used carbon felt and part of an aluminum bottle. There's actually enough of the bottle left to make a little sideburner, but I'm not fond of that design. Flame gap is 7/8".

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice one Dave, thanks!

    Thanks Pharmer ;-)

     
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    Wife and i use two that you made. Love em!
     
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    Still have my original from the video above, and bought a second for my son last year. Great stove.
     
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    Making these becomes addictive. They are a lot of fun to experiment with.
     
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