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Lantern? Fuel Tank for a Kerosene Stove


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Old 07-03-2019, 10:27:42 PM
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This is weird. I've never seen anything like it. I thought it might be a lantern but it doesn't have a wick. Instead a steel, spring loaded rod installed in the cap. Any ideas?
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This is weird. I've never seen anything like it. I thought it might be a lantern but it doesn't have a wick. Instead a steel, spring loaded rod installed in the cap. Any ideas?
Fuel tank for a kerosene stove. Fill the glass jar, screw on the lid, and invert the assembly on the fuel tray.
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Thank you! Off to Google I go to see this puppy in action!

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Turned out to be less cool than I expected. Haha
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This is what Google showed me.
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