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Has anyone built a stove out of a Vienna sausage can.I have a cat can stove now but need sonething with a smaller diameter.

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Has anyone built a stove out of a Vienna sausage can.I have a cat can stove now but need sonething with a smaller diameter.

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These should work:
http://andrewskurka.com/how-to/how-t...alcohol-stove/
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http://userpages.bright.net/~mziegle...usagestove.htm
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When the race gets over,I'm going to bust out the drill and make another stove.

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I made one out of a potted meat can. i was lucky and found that the top was the same diameter as one of my tobacco tin lids. i was able to combine the potted meat can and part of a small V8 container with the tobacco tin lid to make a mini alcohol stove. it is much shorter than the designs for the soda pop stoves and just a little smaller in diameter.

If you want to go even smaller, search the web for an alcohol stove such as Zen's designs. here's the link:
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I pretty much make mine this way using any shallow can I have available. Thus the reason I carry a hole punch in my bag.

I have found hand sanitized works good as a fuel.
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