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Pancholoco1911
Well been wanting one of these for so long (November last years lol) and locally they aren't readily available so eBay was my next option but been loosing actions a lot so ended buying this one in a BIN for $79 plus shipping/TAX (is ridiculous we have to pay tax in old junk). Arrived today and this fella is heave and very tall guy 😂, checked all knobs and they turn freely, need filler cap seal, strip paint, electrolysis bath for rusted parts (some are in the bathtub as I type), order some paint and a decal. 

Here are some pictures and I'll continue to upload more as I progress with this major project and my fist one documented here. Enjoy [image]  [image]  [image] 
~Pancho~
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Tgarner01
Nice score! You'll enjoy it. I use mine several times a week for heating citric to clean my lantern parts that I usually light once and set on a shelf ðŸ˜„
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Kgam1020
Wow looks hefty for sure! I can't wait to see your progress on this project. Good luck! 

Do you know what year? 
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Enjoy, Pancho.  Looking forward to your progress and completion pics.
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Pancholoco1911

Kgam1020 wrote:

Do you know what year? 


have no idea where to start looking 

~Pancho~
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Ridge Runner
Sweet! Lookin' forward to seeing this one come back to life!

Had to look it up (on Terry Marsh's site) ... WOW! At 50,000 BTU's that thing is a monster; 15,000 BTU's more than a 457 HGP  ðŸ˜²

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66 Indian creek loop
HGPs are a real blast;;;; of heat!!! I've got three, two 460s and a 457.  They are pretty simple and will burn ll were close to home. Good luck with your resto, lokks like a good one.. Why red?
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Sam McCord
As far I have been able ascertain the HGP's are not dated. You have a nice one. I would order the cap seal from Cigar Mike and see if he has any of the gas tips left for the genny. Everything else on the generator is serviceable but the gas tips on two of mine were worn and had to be replaced.  Are your burner slots clean? They can be the most time consuming job of cleaning one up. Be on the lookout for a 458G, these are the most usable of the HGP's in my opinion. Definitely post pictures as you go along, I really like the gas plants and enjoy seeing them get "saved". 
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66 Indian creek loop
HGPs are a real blast;;;; of heat!!! I've got three, two 460s and a 457.  They are pretty simple and will burn ll were close to home. Good luck with your resto, lokks like a good one.. Why red?
   WOW I gotta start proof reading my posts. I'm really not a babbeling lunatic. It was supposed to say::: They are pretty simple and will burn most any thing, CF or rug or a mix.  I paid $25 for one 460, $25 for the 457, and a whopping $7 for a nice 460. Good luck with your resto, looks like a good one. Why red??
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Pancholoco1911
>>>Why red?
Because it was listed as fish fry furnace 😂 😂 Looks like previous owner stripped the paint but the bottom is black
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66 Indian creek loop
OH!! thats why, Well, it will sure boil some oil!!!
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Looks like a good candidate for FFR.  👍
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Pancholoco1911
Did some play with the electrolysis tank and here are some results. Now I need to buy some heat paint and apply CitriStrip paint remover to the big fat fount and get that thing painted too.  Click image for larger version - Name: 7A8B907D-A445-4E5E-88C9-408E47EFB092.jpeg, Views: 62, Size: 151.91 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 1C0F2F94-5676-4BA6-92ED-6969D232D2FB.jpeg, Views: 60, Size: 167.25 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 70903FA8-4102-470F-8F67-24CC1BF9FAA0.jpeg, Views: 60, Size: 166.73 KB
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Lookin' good!  Keep the pics coming.
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brucesheehe
Check the fount carefully before lighting that monster.

Put denatured alcohol or gasoline into the fount and pressurize it (OUT DOORS) to check for corrosion leaks in the lower rim area of the fount.

These founts are commonly rusted at the lower rim from water condensation collection.

You don't want to light it if it has a leak.  It could be a catastrophe.  

BE CAREFULL!

You are doing a great job.
Bruce Sheehe
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Kgam1020
Nice clean up so far. 
Ken.
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wpnaes

Great start, I like to run a fat max thru those slits to clean out the rust and grit that accumulates there. 


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66 Indian creek loop
wpnaes wrote:

Great start, I like to run a fat max thru those slits to clean out the rust and grit that accumulates there. 


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  I never thought of the fat Max, been digging thru my stuff for somthing that would fit the slots. Did you flatten the set or anything. I'll dig mine out and try it..Thanks for posting that!!!!!
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That's a cool idea Sean.
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Lhoffm4coleman
Nice work, thanks for taking us with you on the clean up. Im still looking for one to add to my stable, but they are few and far between in these parts.  The few I have seen must be made of gold and precious gems by the prices Ive seen...  the search continues...
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Kgam1020
That flush cutting saw looks to be the perfect thickness. I wouldn't use it on wood anymore ðŸ˜‚😂
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Pancholoco1911
Heading to HD tomorrow to grab one of those @wpnaes

here are some pictures. Rust-0-Leum hi temp flat black on burner assy
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wpnaes

Looks great Pancho.👍

Jack, the set ‘self-flattens’ after a few minutes. Self-dulls too.  😁

Yeah Ken, after one use, the fat max becomes a designated ‘HGP tool’ only. 😉

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Pancholoco1911

Paint done ✅ 

Yesterday I put pressure into the fount (20 psi don’t know what is the top pressures for this beast) and was ok holding the pressure, no leaks so is a good to go. Inside of the fount is pretty clean and today I’m going to get the fat max @wpnaes suggested me to clean that generator. 


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Here is a bad shot from her running and she needs a good cleaning 


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~Pancho~
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Kgam1020
WOW very nice! That paint job looks great. Doesn't look like it needs to much of a cleaning. 
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Pancholoco1911
Kgam1020 wrote:
WOW very nice! That paint job looks great. Doesn't look like it needs to much of a cleaning. 
I would like to powdercoat this stove in a near future 😉 
~Pancho~
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Tgarner01
On my 457 I used a razor blade to clean the burner fins out. Worked good for dirt.
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wpnaes
Love those beautiful blue flames Pancho!  I don’t know who originally came up with the fat max suggestion, but it’ll clean ‘er up. 
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Pancholoco1911
Tgarner01 wrote:
On my 457 I used a razor blade to clean the burner fins out. Worked good for dirt.
tried that, there is some rust still between the fins and I have the clear them to have a perfect flow 👌 
~Pancho~
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Ridge Runner
Certainly coming along very nicely, Pancho. I love the flame shots, all the different burner patterns are so cool!

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66 Indian creek loop
I just cleaned a 460 burner with a Sears version of a fat max and took it a step farther with a vibrating oscillating type power tool. the burner had a lot of lead in it but cleaned up really good 0701201726-00.jpg  0701201755-01.jpg 
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Pancholoco1911

After I saw the price of the fat max I ended using a hacksaw lol, I had one already so why expend more money into the deep hole 🕳 😂. 

here are some more pictures 
also would be interested to locate a decal and a support for the burner base to fount. 

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~Pancho~
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Kgam1020
Nice! That burner looks sweet. 
Ken.
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brucesheehe
That is beautiful!
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wpnaes
Much better!  Change the numbers to match your 460.  Click image for larger version - Name: HGP3_edited-1.jpg, Views: 14, Size: 151.71 KB
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