If you know someone with a metalworking lathe they should be able to turn something up for you. It does depend on what the thread is though. They would need tje kettle to measure and fit to as well.
I'd give it a go for you but I'm nowhere near you.
I have an Ally 16.5 DR. It's lighter than my 14ft Apache canoe. Strangely the Ally in its bag feels much heavier than when its constructed :O_O:
We've had the whole family (2 adults 2 kids) out in it and there was capacity to spare.
They are well built. Spares are available. They do take a bit...
As Broch said.
The 4 legged version has now got sockets for supporting the hotplate and has been painted. Still not done the actual hotplate frame and supports though. Really must get round to it :whistling:
I've got an o-light i1R2 in my pocket basically all the time. Not the brightest torch out there but bright enough.
Best bit is it's tiny, thus is not even noticable to carry, and recharges from a standard USB cable.
I have an Alox Pioneer 3/Harvester in my pocket pretty much all the time. It's got the blades/bits I wanted and none of the ones I didn't(I don't want a corkscrew and a if I need a can opener I'll pack one when I put the can in). It's not too bulky to just stay in my pocket. It is missing...
I have a lathe and a mill in the garage. Just a hobby though. I'd be happy to help.
What sort of cap are you looking for and what size is the outlet of the beer keg?
Given the rolled top of the outlet shown in the pics something that fits inside the outlet would make more sense to me. Would a...
You might be better off asking on Song Of The Paddle forums.
I have a very nice 14 ft Apache. Stu and Mark (MultiMark on SOTP) are both very nice to talk to.
I've not heard anything bad about Hou though.
One thing to bear in mind is that the length of the model is very approximate.
My 14 ft...