Guide Gear® Triple Burner Cast Iron Stove

Item # WX2-198328

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Triple-burner Guide Gear® Cast Iron Stove.

You don't want a hungry mob on your hands! With these Triple-burner Stoves, you'll have plenty of cooking space to prepare a meal fit for a king! Each is sturdy, built to last and ready to give you and your whole crew the best in piping-hot chow. 

Features:
  • Tough-built cast iron frames with a powder-coat finish
  • Each burner puts out 15,000 BTU
  • Brass valves. For use with your own hose and regulator (sold separate). Propane not included. For outdoor use only.
  • Measures 30 x 11 x 6" h. Weighs 20 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
(11) 1-6 of 13 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Waiting on return label since the item received was made in China not USA as described in the book. Customer service was very friendly.
  2. 1 stars
    I have taken this stove on a few camping trips over the last several months and used it cooking for large groups. While a good design, it is not rugged. The overall quality of the stove is poor. One leg snapped off during normal use. The cast iron legs are too thin and brittle, suggesting that the manufacturer used inferior metal. One of the brass burner control valves no longer closes tightly, allowing a steady flow of propane. I have to use that burner or shut off the valve at the tank.
  3. 2 stars
    box arrived "abused" & one of the "tabs" on one of the burners was broken off...
  4. 5 stars
    Nice, seems to work great
  5. 1 stars
    Unhappy with this stove so far. The first stove to arrive had a broken propane supply line. I called SG and the shipped a new one out the same day. When the second one arrived one of the legs broke in half when Ii was screwing it in. I took it to a weld shop and they fabricated some angle iron legs and it is sturdy now. The legs do not appear to be cast iron.
  6. Two of the cast iron legs have already snapped off on this stove. It appears to be a bad design. Can I get replacement legs? Other than the leg issue the stove appears to be fine.
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