Petcocks & Stoves
For a couple of years I used a Raptor petcock (non-vacuum) with a quick-disconnect to fill my Svea camping stove. The quick disconnect started dripping and I'd clean and lube it and it would be OK for a while then start dripping more. Repeat. I just have a plain fuel line in there now. I'm sure the quick-disconnect was made for shop use instead of filling a little stove every other day in dusty conditions.
I have a new stove with a larger tank, but I will still need to fill the stove about twice a week. I think a "Y" and a second petcock would make filling the stove easier, but it could also drain the tank faster by being knocked open. A vacuum cap and clamp could work as a dust cap and a fail-safe cover -- maybe?
Looking at the stock petcock I could make a square gasket and use the vacuum inlet as a second gas outlet, but this still relies on a second, inline, petcock.
Anyone have an easier system for filling their stove? The disconnect worked OK and it's great to always have lots of stove fuel, but I want stone reliable.