200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Majicwrench
Got this a couple weeks ago from @Kansas John. Took some heat and kind words to make generator functional again, cleaned tank out good ( what a stink ) and let her rip. IMG_7993.jpg  Burners move forward to let generator engage burner. This (above) is the burn position. You can see little preheat cup in front of generator. IMG_7995.jpg  This is with burners slid back, so generator is over preheat cup, which you fill by opening generator. After generator gets warm....
IMG_7997.jpg  ...you open valve and flame is curled back towards genny to heat it further. This is "Hot Blast"
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Then you slide burner forward, light it again, and enjoy.
IMG_8000.jpg  This is little lever under tank to slide burner forward/back.
IMG_8001.jpg  This is lever on right side of case to open/close secondary burner.
IMG_7996.jpg  Pump has all the pieces a modern one does, air stem, check valve, but no hole in pump knob. Works fine wo it, wonder why a hole in the modern ones?
IMG_8002.jpg  Move burners back and tank pivots up and into case. You can see lever to move burners in lower center of picture.

Lots of clean-up and rust removal on case yet, but I am tickled. Thanks John.
IMG_8003.jpg 
 
Keith
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Kansas John
It’s burning great!  Did you blister your fingers on the generator key closing it?  I highly recommend not leaving the key on the generator if you are handling it without welding gloves on!  
John M. Lawrence, KS
ICCC #1431

Looking for a 214 kero and REI single burner anniversary stove as well as any Coleman born on date 10/77, 1/80
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scl
nice.
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hikerduane
Looks like the only difference from a #1 is the pump and associated screw to let air in.  Nice job.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MrAlexxx
That looks good. Nice job. Hot blast is pretty cool isn't it?  lol


Alex
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Coldwaterpaddler
Congrats on getting it up and running quickly! I was surprised to get mine working right away, too. Love that Hot Blast pre-heater!

The early Model 2 stoves with the wire legs have the separate check valve stem and similar pump same as the Model 1. Just finished rebuilding the fount on mine. I really like using it. 
Stovie-Steve
"Don't let the weather run your life" - Steve
The Coleman Blues - #95
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Barrett
2nd Stovie Love of the day ❤

Love the paint and rust!

How do you get blue flame so quick? 
Still battling with some yellow on the PW, but I'll put that down to my skill/patience level....

Tank stencil is so cool!
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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1hpycmpr
Nice work, Keith!  You plan on schlepping that stove up the mountain when you go fishing with the dogs?!  😄
Mark
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Milehigh
OK, I'll admit it...........I'M JEALOUS!  Very nice, I love that burner pattern.  I can't wait to see it all cleaned up!
Keep your powder dry!

On the lookout for a 4/71 birthday lantern and a nice 502 stove, among others.........
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salukispeed
I am not a stovie but that would really  have me wanting to have at least one. Very nice
Bob
ICCC 1868
Perfection appreciation #10
Milspec 65252
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hikerduane
Yes, that stencil is nice it is still there.  Amazing how well these older stoves have a nice blue flame so quickly.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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BSAGuy
That's super cool.  Love the burner pattern.  
- Courtenay
Be Prepared
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Majicwrench
It will get cleaned up, but don't ever expect "restored" that is just not me. 

I do need to straighten the burners so they are lined up, (bugs me) and figure out all that sheet metal, slots and grooves.

A bit smaller than I would have thought, pretty close to a 425. 
Keith
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Tigerfans2
I'm with you on restoring it, it's nigh on to perfect the way it is, doing what it's meant to do
Coleman Slant Saver #58
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #8
Coleman Blues 243's #16
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StanDahl
It's always nice to see an old stove burning again. A lot of the later strap-legged #2's have the air screw like the earlier #2's. I see that this stove has the punched-out and re-stamped model number on the badge, one of mine has that too. A lot of the later #2's have that badge, with and without the air screw. 
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D421
Nice. Hope to get my 9D going after Christmas. 
Dominic
Everyone likes the dog catcher...until they catch your dog.
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Majicwrench
@StanDahl  what do you suppose the badge had where it is punched out?

Is the air screw just for relieving pressure?
Keith
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LanternTom
Awesome to see another No. 2 to make fire
Tom Reis
"Light 'em if you got 'em!!

ICCC# 1303
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Mike
That stove must've kept the metalworkers and assemblers at Coleman busy! So many bends, folds, tabs, creases, supports, and openings. What a great looking  pioneer of stovology.

Mike.
My best gal is a Coleman outing pal!
2 1/2 minutes to Midnight...
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StanDahl
I don't know what was punched out, I'm guessing the wrong model number! There must have been many of these done like that, they aren't rare.

The air screw was for the check valve that wasn't yet mounted at the end of the pump. To pressurize the tank the air screw is loosened, just like turning the pump knob 2 turns before pumping, then tightening when finished pumping.
#2 Early2 after3 copy 2.jpg 
Outside above, inside below (Malcolm's photo)
#1_2 stove check valve copy.jpg
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LanternTom
I love mine...I love the roar 
Tom Reis
"Light 'em if you got 'em!!

ICCC# 1303
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Majicwrench
I'm gonna fab a grate for mine, anybody got on we can get dimensions off of?

I did notice mine has got the little wire things to hold the windscreen out, but no hole in the windscreens, Am I overlooking something?
Keith
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Scouterjan
A superb stove . A hot blast to light and scare the crap out of onlookers when you fire it up 
Jan 


Mitakiuye Oyasin " All My Relations"
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Kansas John
My no. 1 has the corrugated shelf and my new no. 2 has the folding wire shelf.  If nobody else comes up with detailed measurements, I could send you mine so you could measure them yourself.  I’m not a machinist and would hate send along inaccurate dimensions.
John M. Lawrence, KS
ICCC #1431

Looking for a 214 kero and REI single burner anniversary stove as well as any Coleman born on date 10/77, 1/80
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Coldwaterpaddler
There are drawings for the oven grate available. Someone here on the forum sent them to me, but I haven't attempted it, yet. I just can't find them at the moment. I also got the instruction manual, which I can find. Arrrgh . . . I didn't have a metal lathe at the time, but now that I do it's time to revisit it. If someone else doesn't volunteer them, let me know and I'll find them.
Stovie-Steve
"Don't let the weather run your life" - Steve
The Coleman Blues - #95
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UncleFred
I think this is the thread that you need regarding the oven shelf:
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/wtb-oven-shelf-for-2d-stove-10367145?highlight=oven+shelf&pid=1310191813
Everyone's Favorite Uncle
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Majicwrench

@UncleFred thanks for the link, mine would have ( I think) came with a grate not  shelf.

@Kansas John The wire shelf folds?  Very kind of you to offer to send me yours, I think a good picture and a laying on a piece of paper and drawing around it would probably be good enough.

Keith
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