Stabilize it first!!!! If you were to tip it over with 3 oz fuel that would scare me
Don't worry, I'll have it sturdy before I put a pot on it.
Use a small jar lid to put under your stove as a primer pan. Use an exterior wrap if you have some. Pipe cleaner will be consumed at first try.
I'm skiddish (sorry skids) about priming from a pan. I already had an incident in the early trials where the where the seal in the cap melted.
I used a pipe cleaner for the wick in my "003.5" stove and it did okay, not great, but okay.
zelph wrote:How will it be able to hang with a pot on top? If it is supported by 2 places it will be tippy. If supported by 3 places it will be hard to get the pot in and out.
Com'on Zelph, don't bog me down with details.
I'm planning on using a large key ring, to which three cables will be attached. The key ring will then slip over the bottleneck. I'll probably also need some attachment points somewhere on the upper portion of the stove. The Heine can fits well on the stove (same as White box) and I'm hoping the weight of the pot will provide enough tension to securely wrap the cables around the pot. We'll see.