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Old 11-17-2007, 09:35 PM   #1
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Two Burner Stove

Today I was contemplating the VERY limited counter space in my 25 FB SE Safari and had a random thought. Why do I need a three burner stove?

Frankly I've never used more than two burners at a time - and there are always crock pots, electric skillets and outdoor propane/butane burners. I know that some of the 16' models sport two burners... Wouldn't a two burner cooktop be a nice option? I'd love the additional counter space. Maybe when I get ready to replace the counter tops that will be an option. What do all y'all think?

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Old 11-17-2007, 09:42 PM   #2
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I agree. If you don't use an oven (how else do you make toast, one asks? and don't give me the camping solution of a double sided screen holder over a burner, ick), then this is a perfect solution.

Find some cool examples and post links!

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We looked at a 1998 Safari that had a two burner stove. It
also had a convection/microwave oven instead of the standard oven. Wife liked the idea of the two burner, thats
all she uses at home, the other two are spares.
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