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Ron Burgundy

Heater?

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Would the small Mr Heater be good enough for the Eastman 4 man Ice Cube? My sportcat didn't even take the edge off the cold. I had to have windows open for the fumes.

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I would go with the Big Buddy, or a sunflower type heater. The smaller heaters wont keep up when its cold and windy.

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I would go with the Big Buddy, or a sunflower type heater. The smaller heaters wont keep up when its cold and windy.


Concur, you can always turn a big heater down but you can only turn a small heater up so far on those super cold and windy days! Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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How are the fumes from the small cooker/heater? Will it get bad in a 4 person shack?

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As long as you the sunflower is burning efficiently the fumes will be fine. Remember you won't smell CO though. Anything that burns is going to give off some CO. Keep ventilation for combustion, and fresh air to circulate.

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got to go with the big buddy...i got the propane tank adapter kit also, works like a champ

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