Brilliant. What rods are those? I’m assuming two or more can be combined via a coupler to make the whole assembly taller?The skottle itself is rather inexpensive. The 3/8 threaded holes accept all-thread. I made a canvas holder for the skittle and the rods. The stove holder is from sheet aluminum cut with saber saw and then sanded to remove rough edges. The holder has adjustable height by way of 3/8 nuts and washers on each side of holder legs.
Haven't tried it yet but it appears to be as functional as others I have seen.
I just have to experiment. Seeing the many variations it just seems to be natural that so many ways to accomplish this are phenomenal.
Got it, all thread rod is new for me. Appreciate the explanation.It is in the description. " The 3/8 threaded holes accept all-thread." But perhaps it is not as clear printed out as it is in my thoughts.
3/8 inch all thread rod. Yes one could put them together with couplings but the rod comes in over 6 foot sections already, make them as tall as you want right from the get go.
I only made it as tall as it needed to be to accept the propane canister.
It seems that the taller it gets the less stable it is.
No idea. Sounds like either your bowls or my bowls aren’t stainless steel. I thought magnets and steel were like me and beer - there’s just a natural attraction.Magnets do not stick to my SS bowls, how do you get them to stick to your bowl?
There are different grades of stainless. The worse quality it is, the more ferrous (magnetic) it is. Cheap bowls are probably crap quality. Actual 304 or 316 won't hold a magnet at all.No idea. Sounds like either your bowls or my bowls aren’t stainless steel. I thought magnets and steel were like me and beer - there’s just a natural attraction.
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