200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
Warren had shared some pics with me that Chris Durbin had made when he performed a repair on a 373 stove.  They are here on photobucket:
However I can't find any annotations on exactly what he was doing.  Looks like he drilled out the holes then made some patches, JB Welded the patch to a wire so he could pull it down from the inside, then JB Welded that into place.  Assuming that's correct, I don't understand where it looks like he wrapped his steel patches in what looks like copper foil, among other things. Anybody familiar with this project that can shed more light on it?

Personally for mine I think I'm going to try to have it properly welded, but the hole is very close to the joints on the edge and I don't know if it can take the heat of a full weld. 
Carlton - 9/73
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
Slant Saver #29
Mil-Spec Ops #0973

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