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Re: [pct-l] Stove Man

I have a Seva 123 that I purchased in 1973? and just last year I replaced the
needle valve and orifice.  I have ran it on white gas, filtered unlead gasoline,
and unfiltered 2 star petrol (regular leaded gas in Great Britain)  I use the
SigTourister Pot set and wind screen.  The only draw back is the NOISE.
Our scout troop has some MSR wisperlights and it seams like every trip I have to
field strip and rebuild.  The Seva 123 is fun to start and always impresses the

Owen K

Montedodge@aol.com wrote:

> I love to yap on stove topics. I own over 20 old stoves now  .
> ( you could kick it to Canada and it would still work )  PS I'm not a big fan
> or MSR stoves for thru-hiking as there are too many small parts,plastic and
> gaskets.

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