200A and 202 reproduction
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in stock.

hikerduane
Here is the desirable version of the 111, triple fuel but loves kero.  Silent burner, older style control knob.  May have the parts to use DNA if you want, not sure what is in the container.
Item 372853866704 on the bay.  As usual, needs a repaint due to rust.  These are runners.  $124.99 shipped!  I already have so many versions.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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hikerduane
I have a tablet, so if you want this, you will have to copy the item#.
Duane
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pyro_P
That item number doesn't work.
223768505844 if you want to sell a kidney to purchase NOS.
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MartyJ
Shame on you, you are such an enabler!  I bought it as I have been wanting a 111 that burns kero and they don’t seem to come up often, especially as a BIN and shipping included.  I will clean out the rust inside but I like the stickers (Sweden and Finland I think?).  Can’t really tell what is in the pill bottle. 
Marty
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MartyJ
By the way, what is DNA?  Also my first silent burner believe it or not. 
Marty
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MartyJ
Realized right after I hit send. Banned for selling as a stove fuel but still available as a paint thinner or as a water displacer in gasoline engines. One of the reasons I love living here, I have a whole legislature of genius level people looking out for my well being. Worse comes to worse, I have a still to make my own. For external use only of course. 
Marty
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steve p
Banned in California? Not banned here. Cans still say for marine stove fuel here.
Steve

 We,re chained to the world and we all gotta pull.
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hikerduane
Good to hear Marty, someone I know.  I have all the 111  versions except the one outfitted I believe by a third party distributor or something.  I'm of the opinion my Arctic(111D) is designed to keep the tank cooler as the stove would have to be run longer to cook on or boil water.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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hikerduane
Marty, should have said something, could have sent one out, er, a photo.
Duane 
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Rfieldbuilds
hikerduane wrote:
Marty, should have said something, could have sent one out, er, a photo.
Duane 
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MartyJ
You definitely not short on 111’s!  You have much snow yet.  This is one cold storm coming in. If you lights go out it is safe that you should be able to heat some water. 
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hikerduane
Around 3" so far, started at noon.
Duane
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Duck

MartyJ wrote:
Realized right after I hit send. Banned for selling as a stove fuel but still available as a paint thinner or as a water displacer in gasoline engines. One of the reasons I love living here, I have a whole legislature of genius level people looking out for my well being. Worse comes to worse, I have a still to make my own. For external use only of course. 



i think you got it backwards Marty. It’s banned as a solvent but some people have been able to get it as stove fuel in stores like REI. I can’t find it on the shelves at Home Depot or Lowe’s .

Joe
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JimL
If stove fuel is OK, then I would think that marine stores would be allowed to carry it also.

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


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WYSIWYG
I just hit the west marine Web site and they have the quart cans in Stock but are out of the gallon cans BTW $21 a gallon.  
John        
One in every public place...

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MartyJ
I probably have it backwards but I know there is a withdrawl of Denatured Alcohol in California due to "enviromental" concerns.  I will check my local REI.  I know WalMart doesn't carry it here anymore.  I don't have a marine supply I frequent but I will check Lowes and Home Depot paint section.  I don't use it a lot in my alcohol stoves as I have been having too much fun with Coleman stoves lately.  When I do burn alcohol in my stoves, I have been using HEET as it is readily available and the long neck bottles are handy and easy to carry.   I do use alcohol to preheat kerosene stoves and lanterns though and have also been using HEET for that.  I know some people do not like using HEET citing the fumes contain toxics but I assume all fumes contain toxics and try to avoid them staying outdoors, up wind and/or in ventilated areas when lighting anything.  Not sure about web sites as you don't know if they ship to California until check-out. 
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SteveRetherford
swapmeets n yardsales will still have it :-)
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hikerduane
Marty, just like kero lanterns, use alcohol to preheat with, I've never set mine up to use DNA, even though I have the necessary parts.
Duane 
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MartyJ

Duane, 
got the 111 today.  Case is not bad, a little light rust on the inside but I’ve seen much worse.  No pits.  I will clean the case well, neutralize the rust, clear coat as a sealer and line it with a Fosters can. I will leave all the cool stickers, part of the history. PO did a rough clean job on the tank, I would have preferred the patina. The filler cap seal looks old but I think I have one.  The pump sticks so the NRV is likely stuck but the leather is good on the cup. Here is what was in the pill bottle:

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The top one is a spare NRV?

the middle pieces are spare jets? The three on the right look the same and are quite longer then the first one. None are marked that I can see. 

a spare needle valve rod, some washers and a thin tube.  No idea what the tube is?

any explanation and advice would be very welcome.  Can’t wait to get this beast running.  Also, the sticker just indicates that is a 111, is it multi-fuel or single fuel?

Marty
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hikerduane
Marty,
Good it came so quick.  Many of these and mostly my 8/8R's have needed to be painted, good winter paint projects with the woodstove going.  Some of those longish things are different jets I believe.  The silverish thing I think is a air restrictor when using dna and the largest jet orifice.  These 111 silents are triple fuel as long as it has the four tubes in the burner.  Did run into a guy making case stickers last year for a silent kero I believe it was.  I like kero in my "T".
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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hikerduane
I poke a wire into the NRV to  break loose the pip if stuck.  Will need a NRV tool if not owning one yet.  I have a cap washer I can send out.
Here is my pimped out T.
Duane
PS:  looks like a spare washer in the pill thing.
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Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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hikerduane
Look for a very small letter stamped on the top of those jets.  Maybe.  I have some newer ones that are stamped like for my 11 Explorer stove.  Ya need one of those too.  🙂
Duane
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hikerduane
MARTY,
These light differently than roarer burners.  Preheat it, then let that fuel burn out, then relight the burner to avoid under burn which will destroy the burner quickly.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MartyJ
All good advice, thanks.  I will try the wire on the NRV but have a tool around here somewhere.  It has been a while since I have worked on these.  I managed to pick up a Optimus 1.S. the other day. Haven’t seen any of these in the wild in a long time.  Most of it there, needs a leg and new seals of course.  I will save it for another day as I would like to get this 111 going. Looks like a good coffee pot stove. Also got a decent 242a that needs a few days devoted to it.  Lots of winter projects. 
Marty
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JimL
Glad you got it and so quick!

Not that I have many, but found that all of my Optimus, Primus and Svea stoves fuel caps take the Coleman 1-piece cap gasket.

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


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hikerduane
I have a small Primus stove and two lanterns coming, so a little to do.  Later unfortunately.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MartyJ

Finally got around to the 111.  Neutralized the rust but left the bare metal showing.  I will clear coat on a warmer day.  I am leaving the Finnish a d Swedish stickers on the outside, part of the history.   Changed out the nipple, think the one in it was for alcohol, and put in the short 123 style nipple and with a few starts and stops, ran fairly well on kerosene.  A little sputtering still but it is a silent burner and a little breezy today. 


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hikerduane
Woohoo.  Let me know if it isn't working out, to me one of the more desirable stoves by anyone.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MartyJ
That’s actually a pretty good flame in the picture.  I had to change the resolution to post it and it is red hot with blue flame but only the red is showing. 
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hikerduane
One New Year's Eve, I was off of Echo Pass, trying to find a friend who hiked in earlier than I.  I finally had to make camp, stopping after 9PM or so.  Single digits, snowing.  Set up camp, sat in my tent cooking on my 111T.  So comforting listening to the stoves hiss after missing him. 
Duane
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MartyJ
Duane, that is the kind of story that gives a life to these things. Sure they all look good lined up on a shelf and I really enjoy hunting down a unusual lantern or stove but using them in the woods is what it is all about.  I can picture you huddled up in that tent glad the 111 did it’s job.  A hot beverage is good for the wilderness soul. I wonder about the travels of this stove with it’s international stickers. Mostly I have to settle for using these stoves cooking  in the backyard as I now have too many to get them all camping And don’t get out nearly enough. I don’t consider a stove rebuild complete until it has cooked a pound of bacon, lol. I am really looking forward to our get together in Feb. and can’t make up my mind on what stoves or lanterns to bring. Wish you and Repo were going. 
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hikerduane
The Gatherings like normal camping trips take time to decide what to bring.  I have a friend who is retiring from the DOJ, she is having a party at a park close to the south end of Sacramento late February, passing on going to that also.  Hate driving thru Sac.
Duane
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