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Old 06-04-2016, 05:36 PM
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So stupid question.
Is there a gasoline grill available.
I always have gasoline onboard, and not always easy to get to a placefor refills or carry many propane tanks.
Hooking a line to the 300 gallon gas tank would be handy to way to cook if its possible.
And if there is such a thing as these types of grills what brands are best.
It would not be used below deck, on the back open area of my Kingfisher only.
Doesn't need to be huge either.
Usually only cook for 2 or 3 people.
Thanks in advance if anyone can help.
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This has to be a joke, I hope.
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Just in case you're serious......NO!!!!!!
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Not sure about a 'grill', but Coleman made the "duel fuel" camping stove for a while...maybe they still do. I have one, but never used gasoline in it. It has a "silver" fuel tank, versus the "red" tank.


Good question....good luck! Not sure I'd want to eat something off a gasoline grill considering the chemicals and whatnot used to refine it.
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Colman and BRS make gasoline stoves but they have a tank your not hooking no line to them.
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Originally Posted by BCBoater77 View Post
So stupid question.
Is there a gasoline grill available.
I always have gasoline onboard, and not always easy to get to a placefor refills or carry many propane tanks.
Hooking a line to the 300 gallon gas tank would be handy to way to cook if its possible.
And if there is such a thing as these types of grills what brands are best.
It would not be used below deck, on the back open area of my Kingfisher only.
Doesn't need to be huge either.
Usually only cook for 2 or 3 people.
Thanks in advance if anyone can help.
The brand you are looking for is Surefire. You will be 100% satisfied.
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I have a Coleman duel fuel 2-burner camp stove as well as a couple lanterns. I have none of these for boat use.

I'd not hesitate to use the stove on the boat as the OP describes- outside above deck, but I have no good place to set the stove where the heat won't affect the boat.
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Try www.BigBangGrillCompany.com. Good luck...
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Originally Posted by BCBoater77 View Post
So stupid question.
Is there a gasoline grill available.
I always have gasoline onboard, and not always easy to get to a placefor refills or carry many propane tanks.
Hooking a line to the 300 gallon gas tank would be handy to way to cook if its possible.
And if there is such a thing as these types of grills what brands are best.
It would not be used below deck, on the back open area of my Kingfisher only.
Doesn't need to be huge either.
Usually only cook for 2 or 3 people.
Thanks in advance if anyone can help.
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Are you from America or some third world shit show??
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You guys are ridiculous. There used to be many gasoline fired ranges.

And guess what, refrigerators used to be made that could run off propane or natural gas. These were for household or RV usage.
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Originally Posted by Mogrits View Post
You guys are ridiculous. There used to be many gasoline fired ranges.

And guess what, refrigerators used to be made that could run off propane or natural gas. These were for household or RV usage.

Key words" use to"



To the OP Hell No not for a boat .
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Originally Posted by Mogrits View Post
You guys are ridiculous. There used to be many gasoline fired ranges.

And guess what, refrigerators used to be made that could run off propane or natural gas. These were for household or RV usage.
Um, still are made!
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Originally Posted by Mogrits View Post
You guys are ridiculous. There used to be many gasoline fired ranges.

And guess what, refrigerators used to be made that could run off propane or natural gas. These were for household or RV usage.
Sure, propane or natural gas but not gasoline! Cripes, gasoline? ;?
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NO NO NO. old coleman "gas" stoves use white gas which is refined for human food preparation, whereas gasoline is used only for engine fuel.you risk poisoning your food and all occupants on boat if you attempt this absolutely stupid and dangerous shortcut.
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I don't think you would want to cook food directly over a gasoline fire because of the chemicals and additives in fuel and I wouldn't feel safe using it on a boat.

That being said there are many companies that still make dual fuel stoves that will burn unleaded gasoline, white gas, kerosene, or diesel fuel:

http://thenextchallenge.org/liquid-multi-fuel-stoves/

Coleman is one of them:

http://www.coleman.com/coleman-stove...v1=Dual%20Fuel

You can't hook them to a fuel tank as they need to be pumped up to pressurize them and I know you asked about a grill but I don't know if you are grilling or putting a pan on the grill.

Again, just passing along information. I would definitely not use one on the boat.
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Awesome first post!!

Gasoline belongs in combustion engines not combustable grills.

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