Camp Chef Leg Levelers - 4-Pack

Camp Chef Leg Levelers - 4-Pack
Camp Chef Leg Levelers - 4-Pack
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Leg Levelers - 4-Pack by Camp Chef
Camp Chef's Leg Levelers 4-Pack stabilizes stove legs so your breakfast doesn't fall into the dirt again.

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SKU: CCF000Q
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