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Old 12-30-2017, 11:57 AM   #1
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Stove Tempered Glass Cooktop Auto Ignition

Just noted this on Amazon. Hopefully it will display properly as I am not really schooled in posting an Amazon Link. Since this has a regulator on the end of the hose, the regulator should be easily removable to be replaced with a male QD fitting. Additionally, the framework is stainless steel, so it should not rust, a problem I noted with my Ranger II when I was using it. Less expensive, too.
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Old 12-30-2017, 12:10 PM   #2
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Just noted this on Amazon. Hopefully it will display properly as I am not really schooled in posting an Amazon Link. Since this has a regulator on the end of the hose, the regulator should be easily removable to be replaced with a male QD fitting. Additionally, the framework is stainless steel, so it should not rust, a problem I noted with my Ranger II when I was using it. Less expensive, too.
That's a nice find. The glass cooktop could be a potential problem, but as long as it's not getting thrown around when stored, I guess it's not an issue.
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Could be good, but a lot depends on it's performance. I love the burners and controls on the Ranger II.
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Big difference in output, 20k vs 34k btu. Size is all different too, you'd need to figure out what you have for space.
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