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That's a pretty good price! I have a WhisperLite as well and I think it works great .. no problems at all. I would probably go with a white gas stove if I had to do it over again, just because I feel bad throwing out the old canisters each time I use them up. But from what I've seen, you really can't go wrong with an MSR stove.fairweather8588 wrote:whisperlite (not shaker jet) off ebay for 20 bucks.
See if anyone from craigslist or ebay is selling the Peak1 Apex II backpack stove and ask them if they can photocopy or scan & email the manual for a few bucks or buy one photocopy the manual and then return it, if possible.beterarcher wrote:Does anybody know where I can download an owner's manual for a Peak1 Apex II backpack stove? I picked one up for $25, right after I spent $20 on a Camping GAZ single that takes the punctureable cartridge. Boy do I feel STUPID! I cant find fuel for it anywhere in North America and shipping from Europe is completely out of the question.
I already thought of that but I saw a pic of one and it looked like it might be two or three pages only. Not worth the time or effort, I'll just figure it out on my own.gummo wrote:See if anyone from craigslist or ebay is selling the Peak1 Apex II backpack stove and ask them if they can photocopy or scan & email the manual for a few bucks or buy one photocopy the manual and then return it, if possible.
that's what they say any way. I always push the envelope, whether it's tire pressure, fuel bottles or whatever. I wonder if you can change out the pump at the burner and use the MSR pump and bottlePLC92084 wrote:they use their own bottle AND it can only be filled 2/3 with fuel when using it