200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Eselkopf1
Hi. 

I am new to the forum but the information here has been valuable. 

A little about myself I am a geologist in Alaska and I am planning on spending most of the summer camping when I am not at work. I am planning on building a camp kitchen setup based on the mid-sized Coleman liquid gas stove and the home depot Ridgid stacking tool boxes. It should be perfect if it fits. Super rugged and economical. 

https://www.homedepot.com/s/ridgid%2520toolbox?NCNI-5

I just stopped by home depot and measured these boxes and they have an internal width of 20 and 1/8 inches. 

I have sourced a new but used Coleman that I am looking to pick up from a guy on craigslist.  I am fairly certain it is a 415 and the seller sais it is from the early 80's. 

My question is what is the real length of a 1980's vintage 415. I think it will fit this toolbox like a glove but its a two hour round trip for me to find out. From what I have been able to find online so far this should be a perfect fit but the measurements I am finding are inconsistent from various sources. 
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dbhost
I am not familiar with any model 415. However the 413/414 dimensions are  22 X 13 X 5 1/2.
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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Eselkopf1
Thanks. Will have to source a different box then.
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dbhost
You could build one. Plywood boxes are easy to make...
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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Duck
I believe the 415 is more on the size of a 425 which is smaller than a 413

Joe
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Coast to Coast
If the 415 does does not fit, 425 series stove should fit easily and is probably not too hard to find cheap.
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Roger Miller
Why would you need a tool box to put your stove into? I mean it already comes in a steel box and is basically bullet proof.
It would make your tool box big and heavy by the time you find one to fit a 2 burner stove in it. 
I have made the plywood box kitchen in the past and It quickly went to someone else.
I went with heavy duty totes or tool boxes like you have in mind. They are lighter, water resistant and pack in the truck easier.
I am currently looking for a tool box that would hold a 200A standing upright, 502 stove and a quart of fuel. This will be my spur of the moment fishing trip box.. 
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ke4ljh
I use a stanley toolbox that is on wheels with two large storage sections and two removable trays. I do not put the box stoves in a box.  This is just for cookware and eating ware. It stays packed and always ready to go. Some of the supplies like silverware and pot and pans I picked up at a second hand store. I do have room inside for one 533 single burner stove stored inside the 16cm zebra pot.

The only time I use a cover for the box stoves is when it will be left in the back of an open truck bed. I use large dog food bags so passers buy cant see the stove. It also is waxed paper so it keeps the stove dry.

something like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stanley-Rolling-Tool-Box-on-Wheel-Chest-Organizer-Weather-Guard-Truck-Portable/303081627824?epid=4032159928&hash=item469112a0b0:g:cZkAAOSwAEhd25jl

Stephen - Florida
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Lhoffm4coleman
I bought a cast iron set, years back, that came in a nice wood box, I think it came from SAMs or Costco.  I don’t haul all the iron in it but do use the box to carry a 200A in its original cardboard box and kitchen tools, spices, etc.  I usually carry a 426b with a 222 wrapped in a towel, side shelves, spatula and tongs inside the stove case.  Makes for a great camp kitchen.
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Mudzoory
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monkeyboy
i’ve been thinking along the lines of making a box for transporting my 200A long distances in my Outback.
i also designed a camping box to slide in the back of my Outback. i never built the camping box.
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Kgam1020
Wow awesome job! You did a good job for your first cabinet. 
Ken.
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