200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
edsjr
I didn't find this forum until after I destroyed mine, otherwise I would have taken them out correctly

So you know where this is going......does anyone know where I can get them?  I checked with Mike at oldcolemanparts.com and he doesn't have any.

Or, plan B....has anyone fabricated or redesigned them?  I've got a couple ideas that should work but if someone has a picture that would be awesome

I took this stove apart just because it was old and filthy, it's not in terrible shape but certainly has some battle wounds.  My dad said he bought it new in 1970, so there are some memories associated with it.  Not making it a collectors item, just a presentable stove to use at deer camp.

Thanks in advance, I'm a new member....this looks like a really nice forum!

Ed.
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Chucker
Welcome Ed.

I bought a 413E just for the case a couple weeks ago since I have a tank that fits it. Anyway, the previous owner had drilled two holes through the backside of the case just under each hinge. He/she then used a looped strap (?) and some sheet metal screw clips (see image below) on the inside of the stove and a flat head screw on the outside. Looked like factory if you ask me and was of course functional. 

Ford Lincoln Mercury 8 Flat Sheet Metal Screw Nuts Clips ...

image courtesy of ebay.com

The mounting hardware was a fuel line mounting clamp I think:

65 Pontiac Full Size 3/8 no Ret Fuel Line tube Clips clamp ...

image courtesy of ebay.com
Chuck
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TwoCanoes
[QUOTE username=Chucker userid=2220499 postid=1309526495]Welcome Ed.

I bought a 413E just for the case a couple weeks ago since I have a tank that fits it. Anyway, the previous owner had drilled two holes through the backside of the case just under each hinge. He/she then used a looped strap (?) and some sheet metal screw clips (see image below) on the inside of the stove and a flat head screw on the outside. Looked like factory if you ask me and was of course functional. 

Chucker:
   Any chance you could post a picture of the new hinge setup?
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edsjr
Chucker wrote:
Welcome Ed.

I bought a 413E just for the case a couple weeks ago since I have a tank that fits it. Anyway, the previous owner had drilled two holes through the backside of the case just under each hinge. He/she then used a looped strap (?) and some sheet metal screw clips (see image below) on the inside of the stove and a flat head screw on the outside. Looked like factory if you ask me and was of course functional. 

Ford Lincoln Mercury 8 Flat Sheet Metal Screw Nuts Clips ...

image courtesy of ebay.com

The mounting hardware was a fuel line mounting clamp I think:

65 Pontiac Full Size 3/8 no Ret Fuel Line tube Clips clamp ...

image courtesy of ebay.com


Interesting, actually I could just use that and rivet it to the body
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Chucker
TwoCanoes wrote:

Chucker:
   Any chance you could post a picture of the new hinge setup?


Sure. It will have to be tonight after I get home. 
Chuck
"Stop being angry, and forget about getting back at people; do not worry -- it only causes harm." Ps. 37:8
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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dbhost
I'll give you the advice I got when mine went missing. Post up a WTB in the classifieds here. Someone will likely just send you one.
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.
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Chucker
Here you go Stewart, outside and inside pics of the mod. 

413 Stove Repro Hinge #1.jpg 

413 Stove Repro Hinge #2.jpg 
Chuck
"Stop being angry, and forget about getting back at people; do not worry -- it only causes harm." Ps. 37:8
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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TwoCanoes
[QUOTE username=Chucker userid=2220499 postid=1309526495]Welcome Ed.

Looked like factory if you ask me and was of course functional. 

Chucker:  Thanks for the photos.  That setup looks like factory because it is factory.  The same setup is found on 413D, E and F and 426B.  Maybe on other stoves too?  You're right, though, it should be possible to replace those cursed clips with a setup similar to the 413E you pictured.
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Chucker
I don't recall having seen that set-up on my other 413E's but if so, looks like a pattern to copy. 
Chuck
"Stop being angry, and forget about getting back at people; do not worry -- it only causes harm." Ps. 37:8
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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