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Looking at getting a duel fuel stove and was even looking at some used models.
What is the real difference between the ones that say only to use with there own fuel and the ones that can use gasoline too?
Seems like just a marketing gimmick Thx 1999 GMC K2500 BURBAN, NAVISTAR enhanced 6.5 td aftercooled, dual alt's, PSC p/s pump w/HD cooler, redundant FSD's, HEATH program, turbine/downpipe wrapped, 4" SS exhaust, real time OBD2 data logging w/device controller, EVANS waterless coolant @ zero (0) psi & 135 gpm pump, 4L80e w/kevlar and premium steel w/cryo treated input/output shafts running @ 100 deg.
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The Coleman Company made a demonstration lamp (left) to support their Instant-Lite patent; note the presence of the sight glass to see fuel and/or air moving up to the generator. Jim Nichols modified an early 220B by adding a heat deflector and sight glass (2nd from left).
In the instant lite position, air bubbles and fuel pass through the sight glass (2nd from right) while in the run position, only fuel passes through the sight glass (right).
The dual fuel models have a bigger more clog resistant generator, because regular unleaded gas produces more carbon inside the generator of the stove.
White gas or Naptha burns cleaner and is recommended even for routine use in a Dual Fuel.