Posted February 08, 2018 07:03:36 I built this camper for my dad’s birthday last year, but it’s not the kind of camping you’ll want to spend a lot of money on.
I have the camping stove to burn some wood, and I’ve got a stove-top grill and a fire pit for extra fuel.
But I also have a little kitchen with a stove in it, so I figured I could use that to make a camping stove.
I’ve never built a stove before, so there were a lot questions I wanted to answer.
What I ended up doing is building my own version of the stove, but using a lighter.
That way, I don’t have to worry about keeping the stove cool and making sure it’s working.
I bought a stove with a single burner, and the burner on the side of the campfire has an LED indicator that shows how hot the fire is going to get.
I set it to “hot” mode and turned on the burner, but as soon as I turned it on, the light lit up.
I knew the burner would light up as soon it hit the flame, so that’s what I did.
You can see the stove’s burner in the picture below.
Here’s what the stove looked like when I built it.
The stove has a single, 9-inch, 6-pound burner.
You’ll need to purchase a lighter for this.
The main burner has a 12-inch metal flange that is the same size as the burner that I use.
The flame goes up the flange, and when it hits the top, it’s pushed through the flanges and out of the way.
The burner is a 4-inch by 4-ounce steel tube with a hole in it.
This tube will hold the flame until the camp fire is ready to use.
Once the flame is lit, the burner stays lit until you remove the flaps, and it stays lit for about two minutes.
The top of the burner is covered with a piece of plastic that you can use to catch the flame and keep it from igniting.
The bottom of the tube is plastic that can be used to catch any sparks that might come out.
The only thing you’ll need for this project is a wire brush and some wire.
I used wire to make the handles for the handle on the stove.
Here are a few photos of how I did it: I also cut a piece off the bottom of my stove and attached it to the handle.
I did this by attaching a piece that I found at a hardware store.
I had to cut a small piece of the hose and wrap it around the handle and the tube.
I also used a knife to cut some pieces of wire and bend them into the shape of the handle, and then cut some strips of aluminum tubing to connect the handle to the flanged burner.
The other part of the flame was attached to the stove top using a piece I found in a yard sale.
The hose I cut to get the flame on the top was about the size of a quarter.
I attached the hose to the top with a small extension that I cut into a circle and used to secure the stove to the outside of the tent.
You could also just attach the handle of your lighter to the end of the extension and use the lighter as a hose clamp.
Here is what the bottom looks like after I attach the lighter to it.
After attaching the handle I added some wood screws to hold the top of my tent in place.
I then used a pair of pliers to push the top up and out.
I wrapped the top in aluminum foil to prevent it from sliding down.
Once I got everything on the outside, I taped off the ends of the metal tubes with a large piece of duct tape to keep the fire from escaping.
The tent is still pretty heavy, but once I got it into position, I didn’t want to have to go and put it on the ground for the next few nights.
Here it is on my porch.
It was a big help to have a fire to keep things nice and warm.