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Sunflower Question

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I have the sunflower that I attach to the top of my 11# tank. I am thinking about gettting a hose this season and that way I can set the tank outside the shack and hose it in. That way I can have more room in my Yukon. My buddy has a metal piece he can slide his sunflower on and then it sits on the ice. Does anyone know where I can purchase this upfit? Thanks.

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Thats a Mr. Heater cooker frame and no you cant buy them seperate as far as I know. You may be able to find someone with a dead cooker that you can get the frame off of.

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Does the sunflower that sits on a tank have the bracket for the cooker frame? I'm not sure it does.

You might need to buy the whole unit ($30-40).

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tip, are you asking about buying the stand? Or about getting the metal clip that's welded to the back of the heater? If you want the clip, then either get a new heater or get someone to weld one onto the heater for you (if that's possible).

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I had broke my clip off and on eof the Maintenance guys at work tacked it back on with no problem.

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I haven't actually looked at the heater cooker in person, but I was wondering if my normal sunflower would work in the stand or not, or what kind of a clip is required? I just can't see getting a brand new heater when my sunflower works just super and boy does it throw heat. I just want the heater cooker so I can get the propane out of the house. Maybe I just need a Big Buddy. Ugh, too many choices

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I don't believe you can put the normal sunflower on the stand of the heater/cooker. I found a heater/cooker used last year for $15 at a garage sale. Keep your eyes out. I like my heater/cooker better than the big buddie, but it's personal preference.

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