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Old 04-26-2017, 02:40 PM   #1
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Best Gas 4 burner stove and Oven

Hi Guys

Please can anyone recommend a good half height 4 burner gas 'cooker' and oven?

I have seen these half height, but full width stoves used on Youtube conversion videos (bus life NZ etc.)
So you get a 4 ring stove and oven but storage underneath.
but google can't find them...

Any and all info would be wonderful
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That's called a drop in stove, because it's supported by cabinetry. Not very popular anymore but they are still sold.

https://www.lowes.com/pl/Drop-in-ele...ces/4294715782

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Old 04-26-2017, 03:19 PM   #3
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Hi Robin

many thanks!
I am looking for a Propane system - Thank you
I will now google with the correct terminology...

Thanks Again!!
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Could go with 2 of these-
https://www.amazon.com/Flame-King-YS.../dp/B01D42QH2U

Or one of these
http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...lp-stove/79821
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Suburban is a pretty standard rv appliance manufacturer. here's their 3 burner w oven. 3 burner seems to be the most common... Atwood is another manufacturer with similar products...
Suburban 22" Black 3-Burner Range - Ranges - Ranges & Cooktops - RV Appliances
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Craigslist usually has RV appliances for sale taken from crashed RVs.
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craigslist is a great resource, just make sure if you buy from a wrecked or salvaged rv you test, then re-test, and test again for leaks at any connections and in the appliance supply lines themselves... Even if it looks good on the outside, stress from a crash could create tiny tears in the lines or weak spots.
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I'm going to put this here so I can find it later. Nowhere near needing a stove yet but I want a diesel oven.

https://www.fisheriessupply.com/dick...tove-with-oven

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Probably don't need to since it's from the same website but I'm going to throw this on there too.


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You wouldn't prefer to use a Webasto coolant heater, for a combination of engine warming capability and cabin heat?
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