Good, warm food seems to taste better in the outdoors, don’t you think? And whether you’re cooking in the duck blind or at the tailgate party you should never have to sacrifice power for portability. The Ranger II is a big stove in a compact body: each burner pumps out all the heat you will need with two 17,000 BTU burners while weighing only 17 pounds. This is the best way to get huge power without extra packing for hunting, camping, tailgating, fishing, and more. Try out the Ranger II today.
- Lightweight design for excellent portability
- Two cast-aluminum 17,000 BTU burners
- Fully adjustable heat-control dials
- Matchless ignition
- Burner housing helps block wind
- Rugged and durable cast iron cook-top and legs
- Regulator and 5 ft. hose included
Can you put a two burner cast iron griddle or grill plate on the Camp Chef II?
Please double check link for correct carry bag. Link above takes to SGBLG, that is a very narrow griddle carry bag. The dimensions for this Ranger 2 are: 12.5" x 19.5" x 6", with the 6" height it doesn't seem like that bag will work. Please advise.
I need a stove for outdoor use on a "low pressure" camper gas system - c.a. 10.5 in pressure (.4 psI) w. regulator at the tank and the stove connected to a quick-connect gas outlet on the camper. This is standard. Will this stove work with this pressure?
Hi there, 1- Will this work with a 16 oz propane canister? 2- Do you sell a carrying bag for it?
Can this model be converted to natural gas?
Will this stove work when connected to a low pressure RV LP port?
I have a RANGER II TWO-BURNER STOVE and I have also bought the Camp Chef Natural Gas Conversion Kit. How can I convert this burner to Natural Gas. Please let me know what are the things we require and the procedure the convert
Does it work with the 16" reversible grill/griddle?
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