200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

ecblanks
Picked up this pair at a yard sale this weekend.  Interestingly, my first ever GPA score at a yard sale (don't get out to them very much).
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Both are Kenyon,  and the larger one (model 205-32a) is a Homestrand. The smaller is a model H-2310.
Both are alcohol burners and will likely need cap gaskets, pump leathers, and new pips on the NRV. Anyone know of any good parts sources for this, that don't charge $14 for a pair of gaskets?  Don't own a sailboat so don't have much use for them 😃 so will probably get them going them flip them.
Anyway, something outside the usual.
Carlton
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Hot Diggity
They're alcohol?

Saw a similar one here in town.
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ecblanks
Yep, alcohol. It says right on the "warning" label that you can put out an alcohol fire with water.  That'd be pretty useful on a sailboat I reckon.
Carlton
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rob_pontius
Those are both cool. Nice finds.
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Majicwrench
I've got the one on the right, works really well. Get one going, you might like it, and everybody needs LOTS of stoves.
 The pump cup is a bit weird, rubber, I made a Coleman rubber cup work for a while, then ordered the right stuff. Came in a pack of two, so I have a spare here somewhere if you want it.  The pip, if I recall, is just your standard Euro looking thing.
 Mine was full of RUG when I tried to light it, a real mess. Alcohol works much better.
Keith
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Chucker
Good catches there. I own a Sea Cook II and got it working with stuff I had laying around. 

These are fun for a change of pace with GPA's. 
Chuck
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monkeyboy
i‘d be interested in either one when you decide to flip them.

buzz
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You now have a pretty good excuse to get a boat.
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Coldwaterpaddler
I have a Homestrand like the one on the left, except mine is gold.

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Here's what the burner parts look like:
Homerstrand_burner_parts.jpg 

I needed to replace the fuel cap gasket and pip. I think I might have made my own pip or used one from an Aida lantern and used a cap gasket from an Optimus or something like that.
Homestrand_Cap_pip.jpg 

To get the check valve out I needed to make a simple tool:
Check_Valve_Tool.jpg 

And, I also replaced the rubber pump cup.
Homestrand_Pump_Cup.jpg 

I think I bought my parts from here: http://www.ess-kayyards.com/catalog/homestrand.html

They are a little pricey.

I run denatured alcohol in it which I bought from the typical home center. It works pretty well. You are supposed to calibrate the burner. Here is how you do that:
Homestrand_burner_cal.jpg 

Have fun!
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mgmlvks
NICE finds!
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hikerduane
The sintered filter on mine like the stove on the left had them mostly plugged, a bugger to get them apart.
Duane
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Gasman64
Interesting, Carlton, not just one, but two alcohol stoves...nice finds!
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ecblanks
Apparently the smaller is a Homestrand model 126 (not H-2310. Just something they stamp on the instruction sticker). 
The pump is thoroughly seized so not sure who I'm going to get that out (WD-40?).

Any idea on thew age of either of these?  I'm gathering that they are probably early 70's.  
Carlton
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Majicwrench
If I recall my pump was stuck too. WD40 should do it. 
Keith
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