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Now $8
Fj40z
Picked this up today off Craigslist. I was totally unfamiliar with the 413. I bought it just because it looked pretty clean in the pictures, it still had the original box and it was a pretty good price. I must say I am very impressed with it and it may very well become my favorite 2 burner. Feels noticeably heavier in the box, and I really like the pull down legs as well as the latch and handle. Haven’t even had a chance to try and fire it yet but here’s a few pictures as it is now. I’ll dig into it in a few days and get it cleaned up and running and post some more. Click image for larger version - Name: 6601BD01-B222-4616-9FD2-D0789C2CF60C.jpeg, Views: 290, Size: 520.86 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 27740106-59A3-407E-9D4D-8086558290AD.jpeg, Views: 290, Size: 439.46 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 1705A4CC-640B-4DFD-89C8-E2A9CD973426.jpeg, Views: 287, Size: 387.11 KB
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Smudge
Beautiful stove. I think you're going to like the 413F.
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uvarmint
Yeah that does look nice
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brucesheehe
Looks brand new.  Bring on the bacon.
Bruce Sheehe
ICCC #889 - Connoisseur of Time, Friends, Leisure, & Coleman   Altoona, PA - The Mountain City - Near The Eastern USA Continental Divide
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BSAGuy
Score-a-palooza!  Very well done.  You'll love your new 413!
- Courtenay
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bandaide
I like the 413D/E/F's Good stoves. F's are nice because of the wire clips instead of the wiggle wires of the earlier ones. No flapping lids or wings.
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ecblanks
Agree with bandaide.  My current favorite is the 413E, but I would prefer a 413F for it's windscreen clips. Great score!
Carlton - 9/73
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
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Fj40z
Thanks for all the compliments! I actually went past this one a couple days on Craigslist because I have a few double burners and have really been looking for a triple. After finally really looking at the post I saw that it looked really clean. Was posted for $50 and I ended up getting it for $35 so I was pretty pleased.
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Gand28
The 413F is a great stove. I still have the one my Dad bought new and we used on all our family trips. Served the second generation well too!
Greg -- Fiat Lux!
ICCC Member #1273
Seeker of Canadian Nickel!
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Fj40z
Took me about 3 nights working a couple hours each night but I got it all disassembled cleaned up and put back together. Here’s some before and after pics. Gonna have to wait for my new cap gasket for the money shot though LOL.

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Fj40z
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kw12330
Very nice stove, it cleaned up nice, this will soon become your favorite stove big enough for two big pans and lots of BTU,s, my go to stove when camping is my 413E. Like others have said wish mine was a F model with the wind wing holders like yours.

Keith W  

ICCC#1599
looking for lanterns 1/66 1/87 7/94 BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #011
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holliswood
Nice find and a beautiful stove!
Spending more $$ on GPA’s than my meds 💀
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Fj40z
holliswood wrote:
Nice find and a beautiful stove!


Thanks! Man I’m just about 30-40 minutes away from you in Madison.
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holliswood
Fj40z wrote:


Thanks! Man I’m just about 30-40 minutes away from you in Madison.


It’s a small world 😂 Hope you all faired well with the storms today. I’m going to have to expand my CL searches.
Spending more $$ on GPA’s than my meds 💀
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JimL
Nice cleanup. That looks great!


>>Gonna have to wait for my new cap gasket for the money shot though

You could always 'borrow' a fuel cap from another stove or a lantern.  [smile]

-Jim

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Eel
kw12330 wrote:
wish mine was a F model with the wind wing holders like yours.


A size -011 O-ring works wonderfully to hold the wire in place on the windscreen.  One for each windscreen... slide it up the wire, put windscreen on wire, pull o-ring under the edge of the w/s and over the wire tip.  Orthodontic rubber bands should also work great.

Some people come home from a GPA gathering with less stuff than they left home with.  Apparently I am not one of those people...

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Fj40z
JimL wrote:
Nice cleanup. That looks great!


>>Gonna have to wait for my new cap gasket for the money shot though

You could always 'borrow' a fuel cap from another stove or a lantern.  [smile]


Ha! I never even thought of temporarily using a good cap from a different stove or lantern! I read your post earlier this morning and was about to grab one off another stove and the mail came with some new cap gaskets! Huge thanks to Eel for them! And now for the money shots. Click image for larger version - Name: DEFCFDC0-EC22-4378-A940-ED7DA885CA5B.jpeg, Views: 193, Size: 537.01 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 68EC8A6E-6A67-4CA8-BD62-0A3D8D775B82.jpeg, Views: 191, Size: 529.81 KB
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Fj40z
On a side notice no difference in the flame moving the lever. Should I be able to adjust the flame like on a 502? The only way I can get adjustment is by turning the knob.
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Gibby427
Great Job on the stove. Your going to love that stove, its my favorite!!!
Gibby
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BSAGuy
That's a really nice 413.  Super clean and far, far superior to any current model.  Enjoy!
- Courtenay
Be Prepared
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rob_pontius
The lever will not adjust the flame. It only opens and closes the air circuit in the fount. Use the knob. Whatever needs the highest temp to cook should go on the main burner and anything else should go on the secondary. The secondary cannot run hotter than the primary burner.
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HankR
Beautiful stove and F’s are a little hard to find. I have the last model of the 413E, which is pretty close to the F, 1959-60, transitional really. I use it pretty regularly. 
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holliswood
That is nice!!! If you ever want to sell it, I’m not far away 👍🏻👍🏻 Excellent money shots!!
Spending more $$ on GPA’s than my meds 💀
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Eel
Fj40z wrote:
On a side notice no difference in the flame moving the lever. Should I be able to adjust the flame like on a 502? The only way I can get adjustment is by turning the knob.


Suitcase stoves aren't quite like lanterns - the lever controls ONLY the F/A tube, the valve controls ALL OF the flow and cleaning.  Whereas in lanternland the valve controls the FA tube and the flow, and the pricker controls cleaning.
It does sound like you might want to pull valve and do a FA tube service - particularly if your stove is hard to light.

Some people come home from a GPA gathering with less stuff than they left home with.  Apparently I am not one of those people...

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