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GCinSC
Gang,

Saw this at a local Trash & Treasure and I thought I saw some potential, why not.

It was never really used, setup maybe but all of the plastic film over the aluminum was still on it. Undamaged, just storage and handling wear.

The top has a checkerboard and backgammon w/pieces, sink & drain hose, hooks, paper towel holder. 

It folds up into a decent size and it will make appearances with us later this year. But I put a stove on it this AM and made pretty nice work out of morning coffee duties.

Kitchen 1.JPG  Kitchen 2.JPG  Kitchen 3.JPG 

Anybody know when these were sold or have the manual just for grins? I don't even see a model number on it and haven't figured out YET how to fold it down with the sink in position.
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BSAGuy
That's a great score.  Enjoy.
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dave
i have one like that and really like it, just wish it was more steady
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My Name Is Earl
There are 3 or 4 different styles of tables. 1 maybe 2 smaller than yours and 1 that is a little bigger and with more features. I like the game boards.
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GCinSC
We haven't field tested it, but best half thinks it will help free up picnic table space at state parks etc. Plus its just kinda unique, makes for a good show and tell etc. But that stove looks like its enjoying its new home.

Dave,

If you have this model, how do you fold the side table and legs closed with the sink in place? 

Gary 
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chrisnjenn
You will love it for camping. Congrats on the pickup.

My wife and I got a great deal on the Cabelas Deluxe Kitchen last year. It is phenomenally made. Heavy, but worth it. We love to cook. Easy to setup also.


Chris
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huachuca
GCinSC wrote:
We haven't field tested it, but best half thinks it will help free up picnic table space at state parks etc. Plus its just kinda unique, makes for a good show and tell etc. But that stove looks like its enjoying its new home.

Dave,

If you have this model, how do you fold the side table and legs closed with the sink in place? 

Gary 


Dave/Gary, we have a couple of those and one always goes along when we're camping.  Our first was bought new back in the eighties and the second is an Exponent model acquired last year.  

Can't remember which, but one side needs to be folded first and the second nests within it on both or ours.  Let me know if you still have problems and I'll get mine out and take a few pics.


Al
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Scott413G
I have a Coleman kitchen just like that and love it and use it every time I go out. Great find on that one!
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WYSIWYG
I bought mine new nearly 25 years ago from Big 5. as I recall it cost nearly $250 then. Mine is green like yours. I think the black ones came later.

You need to remove the drain hose to close it up. The hose stores in the sink. Un twist the hose and fitting from the sink.
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dave
GCinSC wrote:
We haven't field tested it, but best half thinks it will help free up picnic table space at state parks etc. Plus its just kinda unique, makes for a good show and tell etc. But that stove looks like its enjoying its new home.

Dave,

If you have this model, how do you fold the side table and legs closed with the sink in place? 

Gary 
    i just fold the table end up and it clears the sink , you do have to disconnect the sink drain first
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Stinger381
I have one of these but mine came with a Coleman green cover that it slips into... We always loved having ours on campouts when we tent camped ..... I have my first tent campout scheduled for this coming weekend and had planned to leave the Coleman Camp Kitchen at home but I think your post has inspired me to bring it along.
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GCinSC
Dave,

I'll just have to try again but the hose and fitting was removed. It was the side table has a piece of AL that hooks into the base . Pic's later if req'd.

Stinger381,

Nope, no cover with mine. It sure looks kinda neat with a stove on the extension table. 

Gary
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Stinger381
I haven't used my kitchen in probably 15 years but I plan on using it this weekend. The bag may fall apart when i try to open but here is what it looks like. Just in case you were wondering. Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_1339.JPG, Views: 1303, Size: 120.27 KB
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Hskywlf
Hello, I just found this exact table at a flea market and bought it. But it is missing the drain hose. Can you send me a picture of the drain hose and how it connects to the bottom please so I can get a replacement. We can't wait to use it. I would really appreciate it. Hskywlf@comcast.net
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arryk
The one in your pic is the one I like best. The others have the sink positioned "wrong" for use with the coleman hot water on demand
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GCinSC
Just saw your post, I’ll take pic this weekend.
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Hskywlf
Thank you
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GCinSC
Hskywlf,

This is from my table, sink connection. Flex hose and a twist lock kinda fitting. Hopefully you have that fitting. I didn't see any reference numbers on it.

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Hskywlf
Thank you very much for the pictures. I really appreciate it.
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LakeGeorge
Coleman stopped making those replacement parts years ago. Maybe you'll find a NOS piece somewhere.

Gary, that's the sink attachment I need, too. I guess we'll have to wait until CAD designing and 3D printing get a little cheaper and/or easier, to copy that part someday.
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Scouterjan
I bought the new Coleman fold out kitchen last year. It works great with a few mods but I must say the sink is next to useless. No drain and next to impossible to lift out full of water. I just store stuff in it and use a couple of d ishpans on a table
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LakeGeorge
Jan, I saw that newer one. Stinks having no drain! That is a poor design.
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bandaide
LakeGeorge wrote:
Coleman stopped making those replacement parts years ago. Maybe you'll find a NOS piece somewhere.

Gary, that's the sink attachment I need, too. I guess we'll have to wait until CAD designing and 3D printing get a little cheaper and/or easier, to copy that part someday.


Send me the part and I'll model it and print it and mail it back to you.
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LakeGeorge
Very kind of you. I dont have the part to copy, but GCin SC does. I don't know if he'd part with it. Anyway, I'd gladly pay you for your troubles.
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bandaide
LakeGeorge wrote:
Very kind of you. I dont have the part to copy, but GCin SC does. I don't know if he'd part with it. Anyway, I'd gladly pay you for your troubles.


I can probably get a model done just off of the pictures. I'll see what I can get done this weekend.
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GCinSC
Guys

I think I can help pics or loan parts.

Gary
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LakeGeorge
Awesome! Thanks Gary from Gary.
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huachuca
If things don't work out, let me know.  I've got two - one of the very early models with the fold out section on the left and a later one labeled as an Exponent version with the fold out on the right.  I've never looked to see if the hose connections were the same but will be glad to check if needed.  I'll also volunteer to loan either one out for copying.

Al
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bandaide
GCinSC wrote:
Guys

I think I can help pics or loan parts.


That's awesome. I think I can get this from the pictures, but I'll need some dimensions. I'll build a parametric model then get some dimensions. Although Length and width of the rectangle part of the flange and the internal diameter of the hole would help me get it pretty close.

huachuca, if you could check and take a few pictures of the kitchen setup so that we can compare? If I'm going to make one and they are different I can just as easily make two. Then if anyone needs one in the future they can find it, and maybe save another otherwise good peace of kit from the scrapper.
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GCinSC
I have calipers and not afraid to use them. I’ll take pics too. Stay tuned.
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LakeGeorge
This is awesome!
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huachuca
bandaide wrote:


That's awesome. I think I can get this from the pictures, but I'll need some dimensions. I'll build a parametric model then get some dimensions. Although Length and width of the rectangle part of the flange and the internal diameter of the hole would help me get it pretty close.

huachuca, if you could check and take a few pictures of the kitchen setup so that we can compare? If I'm going to make one and they are different I can just as easily make two. Then if anyone needs one in the future they can find it, and maybe save another otherwise good peace of kit from the scrapper.


Checked both of mine out this morning and, other than the color, the two flanges are identical and interchangeable.  My newer model appears to be identical to Gary's in post #1 other than having the 'Exponent' identifier on the forward edge in line with the sink.  The older unit has the swing out extension table on the left side and that table has an open (grate) top rather than a solid aluminum skinned one.  
  
Rough outside dimensions of the flange are 3.4" x 2.2".   From what I can tell, it is identical to the photos in Gary's post #18.  Still willing to send the actual connector out if necessary.   

Al
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bandaide
Got a usable model done.  Had to make an adjustment to make it better for being printed. Now it just needs some good numbers.

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Get the dimensions or an original to copy. Do it right the first time. Sounds like several people need this part so make several extras for the future. You be the man.
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This is the easiest one, a bit of a test. the side view is a bit more complex for sure.
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GCinSC
IMG_3030.jpg Top view.
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SIDE VIEW Questions, other details?

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bandaide
Beautiful work Gary! There way more sharp edges on that thing than I expected.  That was done with either a 3 piece mold or the size of the shuttles necessary to get those tabs to come out correctly has me thinking, Wow!  Either way, what an expensive part when they made it.  Explains why they quit making them with the drains.  That was a huge cost savings.c

The only thing I can see that I'm missing right now is the lead and root width of the helix the drain tube slips over?
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GCinSC
bandaide,

Can you take my pic and somehow fill in the lead and root width that needs measured and point to it. i just used paint to make these. Then I'll add those dimensions.

Not professionally trained, last time I had drawing class we used sandpaper blocks to sharpen the pencils.

Gary
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GCinSC
bandaide,

Thanks, any chance you can mark up the drawing showing what dimension you are missing? 

Last time I did any drawing, we sharpened the pencil on sandpaper blocks.

Gary
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bandaide
Gary,
What you did is great. Drawings are supposed to convey information accurately and effectively. Success on both counts. I've added some arrows and blocks to the drawing here for the information needed.

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I couldn't get the helix to wrap properly. It kept coming off the model so I just made a series of rings and estimated the spacing based off the length and count from the picture.



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GCinSC
Root width .120" Lead .334" 

The "worm" or thread makes just short of 5 turns. And just an FYI the mold line can be seen in the first pic.

Anything else come to mind?




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Just this.
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GCinSC
Depth .240" But a bit trickier to measure. I used a 12" machinist rule in a protractor head that gave me a nice stable span then measured the depth or projection of the scale via caliper.
  
Taper, none but it does have a smooth curve into the drain, flat 2.1" to 1.32" then curve into drain 

The surface where you asked about taper, that is the contact/seal surface.  

Gary
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bandaide
GCinSC wrote:
Depth .240" But a bit trickier to measure. I used a 12" machinist rule in a protractor head that gave me a nice stable span then measured the depth or projection of the scale via caliper.
  
Taper, none but it does have a smooth curve into the drain, flat 2.1" to 1.32" then curve into drain 

The surface where you asked about taper, that is the contact/seal surface.  

Gary


Good, that lets me know how big to limit the radius to.  Thank you. I should be able to get the model finished and a print probably done this weekend.
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LakeGeorge
This is so great! Thank you to you guys for tackling this project!
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camper1
I had no idea there were so many of us that play backgammon.
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Love this kitchen.  I was lucky to find mine.  Kitchen 2 (600x800).jpg  Kitchen 3 (600x800).jpg 
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WOW that's a beauty
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