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Old 19th February 2017, 19:13   #76
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Yes it can be refilled. Works just like a stove. Fill it shut it and pressurise it. I do not have any link as I bought it from Mountain Sports Academy shop based in Borivli. Search for their FB page and contact its owner Nandu Chavan. In case of no stock, there are similar ones available off aliexpress but then ordering it from aliexpress becomes a gamble.
Thanks, I didn't know that shop existed. I'll be sure to visit it soon! This looks like an awfully useful thing to own.
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This is my car camping setup now.
Hi, this may be quite off the topic in the thread here but could you please elaborate some more pictures and more about that box like thing at the back of your thar. Looks lockable and the rear seats too please.

Regarding the Butane Canisters I dont have online links because they are easily available off the shelf here in Gangtok. The adventure tourism shops lined up in Tibet Road here all have a perennial supply throughout.
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Hi, this may be quite off the topic in the thread here but could you please elaborate some more pictures and more about that box like thing at the back of your thar. Looks lockable and the rear seats too please.

Regarding the Butane Canisters I dont have online links because they are easily available off the shelf here in Gangtok. The adventure tourism shops lined up in Tibet Road here all have a perennial supply throughout.
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Thanks. I did check online and found a couple of sellers on Amazon for the canisters. I've decided to buy a stove to replace my solid fuel one while camping.

About the storage unit, yes, it's lockable. It's a DIY project I did. I've made a thread about it here: (DIY: An overland vehicle on a budget! Storage & sleeping area in a Thar). I've removed the rear seats as I use the area only for storage and sleeping.
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