/ Stove Fuel
The info on the alternatives across the web is so mixed its rediculous; naptha, white gas, coleman fuel, panel wipe, so on and so on ... !
Has anyone got any tips on the what fuel to use with multi-fuel burners.
Best I've found so far is an old tin of primus fuel that I've had in the shed for a few years. Would be great to heear what others are using/finding effective?
With the added bonus that if you over-cook your dinner, you'll still be able to cut it up :-D
Most chainsaws run on an unleaded + oil mixture
I've always used diesel on my msr and never had any problems except for a slightly smokey pre-heat.
After fifteen years of burning unleaded in a MSR XGK, I swapped to Aspen 4T as a treat to my new Primus Omnifuel. Much cheaper than Coleman, more expensive than petrol, harder to find.
Nice clean controllable burn, burns very well and bar the odd pricking of the jet haven't had to do any servicing in over a year.
Make sure you get the 4T version NOT the 2T.
The guy at the local garden machinery shop is always bemused when outdoorsey types come in asking for it!
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