200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Majicwrench
IMG_0029[1].jpg Got this a couple weeks ago from @StanDahl, thanks John!  Here I have cleaned up the works and we are ready for fire.... You can see the new screws in the burners. And there is a LOT of lube on everything, lots of stuck parts to deal with.
IMG_0032[1].jpg  You raise this to move guts forward. Works well, everything fits securely. When assembly is put back into case for storage, there are slots in back of case that burner securely fits into for transport.
IMG_0033[1].jpg    Turn this knob to open secondary burner. Wasn't sure looking at it if it push/pulled or turned, but it turns to open/close.  Works well.
IMG_0030[1].jpg  Fill cap has a rotating seal area just like a 3pc Coleman. That is a Svea 123 gasket trimmed a bit to fit, and a D ring from the hardware store.
IMG_0031[1].jpg   I have an Oring sealing the pump, but feel it should have something else. John??  Cup was in great shape, needed some soaking. Had a cork pip, I put in one punched out of yet another 123 gasket, it could seal better, some get better with a little time and pressure behind em, so we will see.
IMG_0034[1].jpg   Knob on tank is to let air into system, knob on genny is to control fuel to burners.
IMG_0035[1].jpg  One of the burner rings was roached.  Replace it with one out of an AGM that was a tiny bit bigger. Of interest, the AGM has the hole moved lower on the ring, this PW has the holes centered.
IMG_0036[1].jpg   And finally, it burns really well. Now it's time to make it prettier.  Thanks for looking. 

Gads I love old stoves....
Keith
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Barrett
Nice work Keith! 
Interesting that the auxiliary burner is controlled by the valve wheel at the front, my 208 has a slide rod that you operate from the left hand side of the case.

My 208 has a frightening habit of letting out an almighty back fire whilst shutting down, actually it has done it whilst in full flight and extinguished itself. 
Love the 208!

I'm with ya for the love of old stoves🙂
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Barrett
^^correction^^
Auxiliary burner valve slide rod is on right side of case, below fuel valve and genny.
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Barrett
^^another correction^^
Just realized mines an 8F not 208.....
Think I'll go back to bed.... I'll close the door behind me lol
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Majicwrench
@Barrett, got the same pump set-up?? What sort of gasket does it use?
Keith
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Barrett
@Majicwrench
Another difference I didn't notice in my early morning daze and joy of looking at old stoves online....lol
Mine has an external hand pump, pressure in through the fuel cap
Here's a pic as found, you can see the similarities, I'll blame that and the early morning lol
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Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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hikerduane
That has some different features.  Wasn't fire made with rubbing two sticks together about this time frame?
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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Majicwrench
@Barrett, yup, looks dang near like same thing. 

It's not morning over here......
Keith
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Barrett
I'm posting from the future....lol
Now 9am Wednesday here.
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Majicwrench
 We are in Montana, just a few miles from Idaho. So we can leave here, and get there, before we left here.....

So dang confusing.
Keith
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StanDahl
That's great Keith! Very inspiring! I need to get my model 209 down and get it going. I've had it for 9 years and haven't lit it yet. It didn't help that I spun the bung trying to get the valve off, but that's been fixed for about 5 years now. It's pretty much the same, but with a more deluxe grate. 

PreWay 209 Portrait a sm.jpg 
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Majicwrench
@StanDahl  do you know what they use for a pump gasket??

You wouldn't have a stencil for that lettering would you??

I think I saw elsewhere that 209 was bigger than 208? ... looks like the 209 has more windscreen.

  Thanks again John.
Keith
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hikerduane
These have many similarities to my 18P I believe it is.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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StanDahl
Don't know how that double posted so many hours later...

I don't know what pump gasket they used, you now have more experience with these than I do! I don't have a stencil. Doug Hodder (Daisy Dog here) of the TnTTT forum had one made, but he died a while back and I don't know what happened to it. 
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