200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

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ecblanks
Same deal; cost of shipping.
I don't expect to fettle any more of these. 
Carlton
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
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Mil-Spec Ops #0973
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ecblanks
@mikewells MY HERO!!!!  Seriously, this thing never stood a chance with this tool. I had it off within 2 minutes of opening the package, and just look how boogered the head is on the NRV.
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@hikerduane, sorry, price just went up to $200 on this tool 😁  Seriously though, I've got one more stove to do then I'm happy to send it off to you.  Only problem is the pump "flange" is stuck down in the tube (the shaft was rusted and broke) so I've got to get that  out first, but I'll make it a priority. 
I really won't need it again.  I don't have much interest in these stoves and really only aim to get these two going before I flip them. Any future stoves I find I probably won't fettle.
Carlton
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
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hikerduane
Ok, just no word, I've been trying for quite a few years to obtain a pro tool.  Same with some specialized washers for the caps on my Radius stoves.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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ecblanks
hikerduane wrote:
Ok, just no word,

sorry???
Carlton
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@ mikewells  thanks for your generosity
and thanks for the great read from the rest of the posters
Bill H ICCC #1017
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hikerduane
ecblanks wrote:

sorry???

I've had a few people over the years say they would do something and nothing materialized.  No teflon disc for a early MSR stove pump, no washers for my Radius stove SRV fuel cap, one guy was going to make a NRV tool, all a few years back.  That's why this looked hopeful.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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mikewells
Cool I'm glad it worked.

Duane you are next, I'm going to message you my address so you can send me one of those caps.
Mike Wells
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ecblanks
Oh yeah forgot you need a different cap.
Carlton
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Mil-Spec Ops #0973
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ecblanks
MIke , thanks again for the tool.  A bit of practical feedback for you, in case you are planning on making more for others. While this worked perfectly on my 205, it did not work on the 126. The 126 appear to have a deeper and ever so slightly narrower recession in which the NRV sits.  And when I say slighlty, I can that the tool begins to engage the NRV head but can't seat down on it fully.  Ended up using the tool from Juliands that I had to modify, with success.  
Carlton
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0176
Slant Saver #29
Mil-Spec Ops #0973
ICCC Member #1892
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hikerduane
ecblanks wrote:
MIke , thanks again for the tool.  A bit of practical feedback for you, in case you are planning on making more for others. While this worked perfectly on my 205, it did not work on the 126. The 126 appear to have a deeper and ever so slightly narrower recession in which the NRV sits.  And when I say slighlty, I can that the tool begins to engage the NRV head but can't seat down on it fully.  Ended up using the tool from Juliands that I had to modify, with success.  

I think that is where the centering piece may need to be free to move up and down and the spacer piece screws down to allow the pump cap to hold that down.  None of what I need the tool for require any mod.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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mikewells
ecblanks wrote:
MIke , thanks again for the tool.  A bit of practical feedback for you, in case you are planning on making more for others. While this worked perfectly on my 205, it did not work on the 126. The 126 appear to have a deeper and ever so slightly narrower recession in which the NRV sits.  And when I say slighlty, I can that the tool begins to engage the NRV head but can't seat down on it fully.  Ended up using the tool from Juliands that I had to modify, with success.  


You are very welcome.
Thanks for the feedback I will remember that if I ever make another for a Homestrand.
Mike Wells
E Bay user name whitegas5152
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