Stansport Cast Iron Cooking Tripod

Mai 1, 2015 - Comment

Heavy duty solid steel construction. Nickel plated chain with „S“ hook for easy cooking height adjustment. Sturdy „3“ leg design for maximum stability. Excellent for hanging Dutch ovens, tea pots, coffee pots, etc. over a cooking fire. Also works great for hanging lanterns, suspending water jugs, drying clothes, and many uses. Safe, easy set up

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Heavy duty solid steel construction. Nickel plated chain with „S“ hook for easy cooking height adjustment. Sturdy „3“ leg design for maximum stability. Excellent for hanging Dutch ovens, tea pots, coffee pots, etc. over a cooking fire. Also works great for hanging lanterns, suspending water jugs, drying clothes, and many uses. Safe, easy set up and storage. Weighs only 13 pounds.

Product Features

  • Lead free, Heavy duty solid steel construction, Nickel plated chain with „S“ hook for easy cooking height adjustment
  • Perfect for hanging Dutch ovens, tea pots, coffee pots ect. over a cooking fire
  • Also can be used for lanterns, water jugs, and drying clothes
  • Safe easy set up and storage
  • Weighs only 13 pounds

Comments

Gene Chastain says:

Great Product 0

Dan Bortz says:

Great for a firepit or sunken fire. I am very happy with my purchase of this tripod. It is well built and should last many lifetimes.I have used it with a Lodge 4 quart, Coleman 7.5 quart, and Lodge 10 quart dutch ovens.I also put a Grillmark Chrome Cooking Grate 25″ on four chains connected to a 1.5″ ring to cook hotdogs and hamburgers on. I will upload a photo.I found it to be too short for the 25″ cooking grate without digging a hole for the fire or just using coals to cook over. It works well for cooking over wheel rims or sunken fire pits where the flames are lower than a typical campfire.I have purchased a Lodge 5TP2 Tall Boy tripod for almost twice as much as I paid for this one. It gives me more height to adjust how much heat gets to the food while it is still centered over the fire.With this tripod, I have found that in order to simmer some soup and still have a decent size campfire I need to offset the tripod to the side of the fire.It is a…

Overlander "Just Another parent" says:

This is built to last 0

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