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66 Indian creek loop
Found this PW No5 the other day. Decent shape and price so I could'nt pass it up. Can't find another No5 on any of the sites, lots of No4s and others but no 5s. Haven't tryed to fire it up yet but the fount was full so it should'nt take much. Thanks for looking. 0913201314-00.jpg  0913201315-00.jpg  0913201316-00.jpg 
jack 
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Gunhippie
Looks to me like the burner spacing is the only difference between that and the #4:

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This one is re-badged for Monkey Wards.

Be careful with that BRASS gen tube!
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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Majicwrench
Looks good!  Fire it  up and cook somethign

Gads I love old stoves...
Keith
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Thanks guys;;; This stove is in between a 425 and a 413. Case measures 11x20.5 . I put an Oring in filler cap and put some pressure in the fount. got a little fuel from the gen.  I could use some lighting directions. It has a lever for filling the pre heat bowl? Any ideas on man.  date ? I'm guessing 20s? The paint is pretty good so I think I'll just clean it up as I like patina
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Gunhippie
There's a rod that runs in the slot here:

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Lift that rod and open the valve. The plate attached to the rod will deflect the stream of fuel into the pre-heat bowl. Let the bowl fill about 2/3 of the way and close the valve. Light the fuel in the bowl and enjoy the dancing flames. Just before the flames go out, open the valve. You should be good to go, but like many cast iron stoves, these like to warm up for a minute or two before opening it all the way up or trying to simmer.

Secondary burner is controlled with that looped rod, which sticks out through a slot in the case. The rod should be pushed all the way in on lighting. Pull it out to light the secondary.

BTW: The burner rings on mine in the pic above are upside-down. They really do work better in the proper orientation, with the holes at the bottom.
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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Tgarner01
Nice find Jack!! That thing is in great shape!
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66 Indian creek loop
Thanks Timm
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Gunhippie
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If you pretty your burner sled up like mine, you might want to use DNA to pre-heat. CF leaves a lot of soot behind.

BTW: I had the directions for the secondary control backwards above. Out for on, in for off.
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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66 Indian creek loop
Thats good to know. By the way, is that an original funnel? Mine came with one just like that. It also had a pump which I believe is AGM. This is gonna be a fun project. I may have to find a PW lantern to go with it.
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twelvefiftythree
I have one and it is one of my favorite stoves. I think I have some action shots somewhere/

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Majicwrench
I have a note hanging on my fettling bench...says "AGM Holes DOWN"

Was noticing a while back my 3burner has em wrong. Might have to get to that.

Timm, where did you get burner rings in that good a shape??
Keith
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Tgarner01 wrote:
Nice find Jack!! That thing is in great shape!
     Thanks Toby;;;; I thought it looked pretty good for 90/95 years old' Most of the old Coleman stuff has been picked up around here so I've been getting some other brands that are a different breed.
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Tgarner01
Most definitely! I would've found that one hard to pass up, and I sure don't need anymore suitcase stoves piled up ðŸ˜ Look forward to your lightup!
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StanDahl
These old PreWay stoves are so perplexing! The only other PW #5 I've noted has the fuel tank on the opposite side of the case and the burner looks like a #4 - well at least the variant of the #4 that has the big pan under the right side burner, the super long generator runs across both burners and the auxiliary burner is operated by a skate key. Then there's the #4 that has the burner like yours. So there are at least two variations of the PW #4 and #5. Oh, and that other #5 has a grate that hinges on the inside lid and flips up onto brackets near the top of the wind baffles, forming a warming rack.
PW #5.jpg  This is from a hardware catalog supposedly dated 1925.
Your #5 also resembles my #1A 3 burner, which is my new favorite stove:
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Gunhippie
Jack: Best of my knowledge, that's the original. Third PW I've found the same funnel with.

Keith: I hammered those back into shape. A piece of 2 1/2 inch pipe is a fine mandrel. Use a soft mallet.
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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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66 Indian creek loop
Had a little set back;;;After a little cleaning and checking the repaired fount for leaks, I  fired it up! Sort of;;; I heated the gen with a torch just a little and main burner lit off. Not a lot of flame but it was blue. Tried to adjust flame with valve, open valve less flame, close valve more flame, so I figure pricker or gummed up gen. Upon taking the valve apart I found the pricker rod screws into the valve and it was unscrewed and froze up in the spring. After some heat and quenching I got it apart and found the pricker tip was broke. So I am gonna learn to make a pricker. This stove has been used a lot but maybe not for food cooking, There is lots of what seems like motor oil and grease and not much rust. Still an interesting project and still learning
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66 Indian creek loop
Had a little set back;;;After a little cleaning and checking the repaired fount for leaks, I  fired it up! Sort of;;; I heated the gen with a torch just a little and main burner lit off. Not a lot of flame but it was blue. Tried to adjust flame with valve, open valve less flame, close valve more flame, so I figure pricker or gummed up gen. Upon taking the valve apart I found the pricker rod screws into the valve and it was unscrewed and froze up in the spring. After some heat and quenching I got it apart and found the pricker tip was broke. So I am gonna learn to make a pricker. This stove has been used a lot but maybe not for food cooking, There is lots of what seems like motor oil and grease and not much rust. Still an interesting project and still learning
jack 
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Tgarner01
You'll get it Jack! Keep chugging along and you'll be frying bacon in no time!
Toby Garner
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Gunhippie
Stan--Don't forget that there was also a Model #4 single-burner hot plate!
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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