liquid feed stand （MO：も）
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May 1, 2007 at 1:15 am #1223043Yukio YamakawaMember
This stand can be made on one. own using a plastic sheet and a rubber band. This is an example. Plastic sheet 9g, rubber band It is 1g. a plastic plate is bent in the form of M — if a few is heated, it will be bent simply. After hooking a rubber band on one of the two and turning it once, it hangs on another side. A fear of separating from a can with the work of this twist disappeared. It could not simplify any more any longer. From the form of two parts to constitute,It's named to" M O (も) "May 1, 2007 at 6:11 am #1387760s kMember
Above and beyond the enviable 10 g stand, stands your management of the flex steel hose. Very nice.May 1, 2007 at 6:13 am #1387762Joshua MitchellMember
Well, you can't get much more simple than that… nicely done.Jun 22, 2007 at 10:36 am #1393068Michael DavisMember
@mad777Locale: South Florida
I use that stove (MSR WindPro) with the canister upside-down for my winter set-up. Due to MSR's omission of a swivel hose connection at the canister (hint, hint) I'm always fighting to keep the canister stable and the valve accesible. Otherwise, I love this solution for winter camping.
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