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rmadden
Hi All Great Forum 

I have been searching the web for days trying to find info on the size of o-rings for the stem valve. It's from a dual burner Coleman propane stove model 5424701.

They look pretty good but looking to have some on hand when things go wrong. Its 50 + yrs old and they are so small, pretty hard to measure. 

Any info would be greatly appreciated. Size, material type, etc

Thanks
Ron
 stem and o-ring.jpg  o_ring.jpg  stem_oring.jpg
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GeorgiaBoy
I can possibly help, if you can give me the diameters of the shaft (ID and OD).
ICCC Member #973 Richard Leyva - Lilburn,Ga
 Psalm 119:105 "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, And a light unto my path." 
" The Older I Get the Better I Was "
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rmadden
I don't have any dial calipers! But a friend does and I will see them later this afternoon. I will post the measurements tonight. Thks
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rmadden
Shaft measures 1/8"
OD of o-ring is 1/4" + 1/128 or maybe 1/64 very hard to tell but definitely more then 1/4" by a very small amount
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GeorgiaBoy
As best I can guess, I would say it is a 2-006 size o-ring. Buna-N (Nitrile) material is fine to use. These are pretty common check your local hardware store. Like I said my best guess. 
ICCC Member #973 Richard Leyva - Lilburn,Ga
 Psalm 119:105 "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, And a light unto my path." 
" The Older I Get the Better I Was "
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rmadden
Thank you very much I will give it a try. Nothing to lose!
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