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Re: [at-l] bounce boxes



during 96 thru-hike, i shared the stove with my dad, & we cleaned it only 1 
time, & that was at Franklin, NC when it was NOT working well.
-FP

>From: hopefl@juno.com
>To: at-l@backcountry.net
>Subject: [at-l] bounce boxes
>Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 16:37:58 -0500
>
>I've learned that the MSR Whisperlite is a great little stove if it is
>maintained. Because I am a section hiker, I only clean my Whisperlite
>once or twice each year.
>
>For those who have used a Whisperlite on an extended basis, as in a thru
>hike, how often did you tear down your stove and clean it? I'm wondering
>if it wouldn't be a good idea to put a repair kit in a bounce box so the
>Whisperlite could be cleaned every time I get to a town......when I
>finally get to thru hike.
>Hopeful
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