Old 07-23-10, 07:12 AM
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So how multifuel does it have to be (does it have to burn kerosene)? Might help to have your reasoning behind going multifuel, and what you anticipate your needs to be. (Do you like touring during the winter? Are you going to cook a lot of stuff, or just boil water in the morning?) Most stoves out there have something good about them (including the venerable Coleman Dual-Fuel), so some more info might be helpful.
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