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Chili Cook Off Stoves Fri, 01/15/10 11:38 PM (permalink)
Hey all,

 I'm trying to get advice on what stove to buy  for Chili cook offs. I seen a lot of people using Coleman stoves, but was looking at the King Kooker 3 burner stove  from Dicks. Is the Coleman stove big enough for two big pots?? I haven't been able to find any specs online yet. I plan on competing in all categories and need to know how many stoves I would need.
Thanks  in advance.
    Michael Hoffman

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    Re:Chili Cook Off Stoves Sat, 01/16/10 9:03 AM (permalink)
    Check out the Dual Fuel™ Powerhouse® 3-Burner Stove
    Model No. 428-A00


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      Re:Chili Cook Off Stoves Sat, 01/16/10 11:14 AM (permalink)
      look at the Camp Chef stoves
      bunch of different models
      run off propane & plenty big enough
      I boil the heck out of salt patatoes in all weather

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        Re:Chili Cook Off Stoves Sun, 01/17/10 12:04 AM (permalink)
        What's youir Budget to buy one/
        Here's some dandies!

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          Re:Chili Cook Off Stoves Mon, 01/18/10 12:31 AM (permalink)
          Thanks Guys!!

          I think I will go with the Camp Chef 3 burner vs the King Kooker.I 'll probably pick up the smaller 2 burner table top for back up and serving.
          Thanks again.

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            Re:Chili Cook Off Stoves Sun, 01/24/10 3:04 AM (permalink)
            i have a camp chef 2-burner, and have been very happy with it. it works as a tabletop stove and also has removable legs so it can stand alone on the ground. the construction is heavy-duty, both burners are very adjustable from a roar to a slow simmer.
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