200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

VWguy
Does anyone know if there is proper way to secure these chairs in the table?

I have no idea what I am doing.


-Zach

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SteveRetherford
i added a towel to snug em up when traveling .
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1hpycmpr
Pretty much get stacked.  I alternate the canvas.  If the set is traveling far, I also add towels to soften the ride and prevent anymore wear to the chair frames.

Nice setup!
Mark
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Gunhippie
If you're worried about them, leave them behind. To be honest, those stools are not comfortable. Low and narrow. When I take mine out they get used as side-tables or foot-rests. A good folding lawnchair is much more comfortable--and I'm a short guy with a skinny butt.
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scl
i like your coleman jack stands. [sSig_heeheehee]
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VWguy
scl wrote:
i like your coleman jack stands. [sSig_heeheehee]


Lol yea, I ran out of space on the shelf and figured out my 64 kombi is just high enough to store more lanterns under. 

I have no idea what I am doing.


-Zach

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Rhubarb
Those tables can be carry case for two or three (or four?) 242s. 
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outlawmws
You need a vintage stove stand!

Rhubarb wrote:
Those tables can be carry case for two or three (or four?) 242s. 


Hmmm  Would a stove fit inside as well?  Maybe a 425 and a 242?
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colors
When I bought mine the guy said they transported a stove inside, probably a 425.
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grob
VW guy, I'm guessing you know VWs well. Just make sure the carbs are bolted down well. I've seen many with burnt hoods and I have personally extinguished a couple Buses. They are there own GPAs!.  My Dad had a Thing that had a gas heater. Instant heat, but quite frightening. Just wish I had a Coleman table. I have a stand like that. Is that a 413 B or C?
Gar
Boy, I say boy... you're about to exceed the limitations of my medication.
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Gunhippie
VW engine fires were generally from the Solex carb butterfly throttle valve bushings--which they didn't have--wearing out and letting gasoline from the accelerator pump run out the sides of the carb.

You do need a #10 High Stand for your 413C. If you're ever around my part of the country, I have one you can have.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
Walk a mile in a man's shoes before you criticize him--then you're a mile away, and he has no shoes.
Texan's last words: "Y'all--hold my beer--I wanta' try sumptin'."
Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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VWguy
grob wrote:
VW guy, I'm guessing you know VWs well. Just make sure the carbs are bolted down well. I've seen many with burnt hoods and I have personally extinguished a couple Buses. They are there own GPAs!.  My Dad had a Thing that had a gas heater. Instant heat, but quite frightening. Just wish I had a Coleman table. I have a stand like that. Is that a 413 B or C?
Gar


Yea this is my second bus. My 1970 has been my camper for 5 years. I'm familiar with the fire hazard. Usually it's due to poor maintenance and negligence. I also have a blaze cut extinguishing system secured.

The stove is an early Canadian stove. I cant remember the model.. a 4m iirc. 

I have no idea what I am doing.


-Zach

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VWguy
Gunhippie wrote:
VW engine fires were generally from the Solex carb butterfly throttle valve bushings--which they didn't have--wearing out and letting gasoline from the accelerator pump run out the sides of the carb.

You do need a #10 High Stand for your 413C. If you're ever around my part of the country, I have one you can have.


That's very kind of you! I have had a leaky carb.. when I got into Yosemite and slept overnight in the tamarac flats campground. Woke up to strong fuel smell. The mixture screws had loosened up from the long drive in and down and up from the valley. I got em tightened down and havent had a leak since. I'll be swapping carbs this season anyhow. 

I have no idea what I am doing.


-Zach

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