[Cdt-l] Coleman was Re:Isopro fuel for pocket rocket

Ron ronyon at comcast.net
Mon Apr 23 23:25:55 CDT 2012

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On Apr 23, 2012, at 7:37 PM, Paul Magnanti <pmags at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> but we haven't been able to fit Coleman with our Pocket Rocket -are you sure??
>>> Kristina, I used Coleman canisters on two occasions with my Pocket Rocket, 
>>> and both times I never had issues threading the PR to the canister.
> I think the confusion is that Kristina may be thinking of the  16.4 oz propane canisters Coleman sells of lot of for mainly car camping.
> Most canister stoves will *not* use this type of canister of course.
> http://goo.gl/1ZQJg
> Coleman  does sell their own branded isopro fuel blend that works with any stoves using the standard  Lindal valves
> http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman-Butane-Propane-Mix-Fuel/20595064
> (More info than you ever wanted to know about Lindal valves :O http://www.bushwalking.org.au/FAQ/FAQ_GasStoves.htm#EN417 )
> . Most recently made backpacking stoves
> (Jetboil, Pocket Rocket, Snopeak and the Coleman's own F1 (great little stove BTW) ) make use of canisters that use the Lindal valve.
> All these stoves and brands of canisters are interchangeable. Use a Coleman F1 stove with MSR fuel and all is or a MSR stove with a Coleman 
> canister and all is good.
> Wally World  and other places sells these Coleman canisters so resupply may be a little easier for canister stoves in many places
> that traditionally sold more car camping than backpacking gear.
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