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tinny site

Post by oops56 » Fri Nov 13, 2009 8:49 am

You all know tinny right the i no like you the delete or call him the dan man
ok he post this video on his site so the one that made it my not be able to defend him self cause he will ban him from saying anything
now if you say somthing bad about his video he delete your comment tinny does not play fair hello tinny you cant ban me here :lol: :lol:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D43xN5vyXxU
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Re: tinny site

Post by DaddyMnM » Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:32 pm

Funny thing is, in that thread, one of Tinny's own said he had a similar experience with one of Tinny's stoves. We'll see if the post remains after Tinny reads it here.

http://www.minibull.org ... temid=1232
Dutch Wrote:
Just this afternoon I was testing some stoves for an overnight trip and had a similar experience with a solo that I feed too much fuel into (like the High nipple bongos squeezing the fuel bottle). Since I will be cooking for three hikers I am going with BIOS. The other group is bringing a pocket rocket. We are going to have a weight in before and after. I think the BIOS will beat the butane stove by more than 50% by weight. (If needed, I will use 2 or 3 BIOS’s to improve the speed and refueling. They already acknowledge the packing BIOS with plastic fuel bottles is easier. I have not found a better stove if you are going with a larger diameter pot. The batch fueling of the BIOS limits your down side on flame over’s.
11/11/09 21:28:44

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Re: tinny site

Post by DaddyMnM » Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:54 pm

By the way, if you missed it, Tinny is having a sale. His pro gear stoves are marked down from $150.00 to $97.00 today. I don't think I'll be rushing any orders in too soon though.

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Post by zelph » Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:20 pm

DaddyMnM wrote:Funny thing is, in that thread, one of Tinny's own said he had a similar experience with one of Tinny's stoves. We'll see if the post remains after Tinny reads it here.

http://www.minibull.org ... temid=1232
Dutch Wrote:
Just this afternoon I was testing some stoves for an overnight trip and had a similar experience with a solo that I feed too much fuel into (like the High nipple bongos squeezing the fuel bottle). Since I will be cooking for three hikers I am going with BIOS. The other group is bringing a pocket rocket. We are going to have a weight in before and after. I think the BIOS will beat the butane stove by more than 50% by weight. (If needed, I will use 2 or 3 BIOS’s to improve the speed and refueling. They already acknowledge the packing BIOS with plastic fuel bottles is easier. I have not found a better stove if you are going with a larger diameter pot. The batch fueling of the BIOS limits your down side on flame over’s.
11/11/09 21:28:44

I would bet there are many more out there that had the same experience and their comments were deleted.

Remote fueled stoves are supose to be for multiple backpacker cooking and then the guy elects to use multiple bios stoves :roll: Something wrong with that picture.
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Re: tinny site

Post by zelph » Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:23 pm

DaddyMnM wrote:By the way, if you missed it, Tinny is having a sale. His pro gear stoves are marked down from $150.00 to $97.00 today. I don't think I'll be rushing any orders in too soon though.
He'll never have sales enough to pay for the equipment purchased to make the lemons. The price should drop way down by the end of the year. :mrgreen:
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Re: tinny site

Post by zelph » Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:32 pm

Read the emails and watch him trivialize and belittle his customers. (how to win friends and influence people :roll: )

Confession --I am successful. I have not always handled this fact well and have at times made mistakes and exhibited poor judgment. That is one of the side effects of being successful.


Those who can't will always trivialize and belittle those who can and have.


kookiemonster2k2 wrote:
Hello Tinny,
On this note regading fuel feed systems, could you post a video of how you would invert the chicken feed fuel system back to the upright position?
I've read through your instructions and your posts for some additional information and tips, however, I found that it does not fill back into the bottle properly. There is always excess fuel spillage.
It would be helpful and I would definitely appreciate it as I have the mini and the larger one and both I have been unable to successfully invert the bottle without spillage.

Thanks!
11/12/09 09:18:06


Maybe this IV bag thing will overflow? THIS IS NOT A MBD VIDEO
After watching this I think it was fed with an enema bag or IV bag hanging on a hook or on a shelf in the background. Not sure this is the way to go?--LOL--LOL--LOL--funny stuff


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THIS IS NOT TINNY AND THIS IS NOT A MBDCULT VIDEO-- I JUST FOUND IT ON YOUTUBE AND THOUGHT IT WAS INTERESTING


tinny wrote:
Mo--first this is not my video--second it was not done by a newbee. It was done by an experienced stove builder who just did not think before lighting the stove--had the wrong tubing--had a fuel source that was not safe--had no water near by---had a leaky design --had a very good sense of humor to post it anyway. No harm was done and it looks much worse than it was because the camera was so close to the flames.
11/12/09 08:21:09

He is such a liar.....He said he just found it on youtube and then goes on to say it was an experienced stove builder..blahblahblah.

He knew long before who made the video and had seen it long ago here on this channel.

What was his motive for posting the video on his site??????

He's a liar........... he didn't ( I JUST FOUND IT ON YOUTUBE AND THOUGHT IT WAS INTERESTING)

Everyone here knows the truth. ;)
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Re: tinny site

Post by zelph » Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:39 pm

Somebody emailed me and said he had a video out showing his "one" friend. I hope he doesn't treat him like his customers. :roll:
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Re: tinny site

Post by Vibe » Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:57 pm

zelph wrote:Somebody emailed me and said he had a video out showing his "one" friend. I hope he doesn't treat him like his customers. :roll:
Well todays topic is "What the wordd need is a good wood burning backpacking stove."
I guess he's never heard of Titanium Goat. It's definately high end pricing....but looks like it works. And some of the Alaskan back pack hunters over at the 24HrCampfire swear by 'em.
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Re: tinny site

Post by zelph » Mon Nov 16, 2009 5:07 pm

The world has whole bunch of them :D



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Re: tinny site

Post by oops56 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:29 pm

I am all confuse what is the different between a hiking stove and a back pack stove. not know with type to get :lol: :lol:

P. S. or it could be a camping stove :roll:
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