200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Phredd
is there a list of all the single burner stoves? I searched the archives and could not find one (but that likely means my search sucked...)

Phredd
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Tgarner01
I don't believe all are on here, but most are.
http://intlccc.net/information/modelyear-reference/by-model/
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Phredd
Thanks. I've used this as a starter and am adding to it.

Phredd
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deepmarsh
520 and 521 isn’t listed in the link 
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warren
527 522 454 457 458 460 575 5052 5552
2 different single burner hot plates

Put your list here to let us help.

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StanDahl
The person who revised the ICCC list doesn't care about any single burner stove after the 400 Peak1...that and he has almost no Peak1 catalogs to get date ranges from.
[edit - I did just compile and send some new stuff to Rhubarb (Andy - one of our web gurus) for a small update, adding the 440 df and a few other propane models. Maybe the 550 thread will get some results worth posting too.]
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Phredd
I have a draft spreadsheet with a lot of single burner models. And should have it finished as far as i can in a couple days

One question - I have run across a couple stoves that have a Model numbers like:
   
508A
508-700
508A700C
508A700J


Are they all different models? 

Kevin


Phredd
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StanDahl
They're all 508's. Some will have small differences as the model number changes. I haven't always been able to figure out the differences with photos, sometimes they have to be taken apart and compared carefully to note any changes. Coleman hasn't been very consistent over the years in changing the model number designation when there is a change. Sometimes a small change gets a new sub-model number, sometimes a larger change doesn't get one. The typical thing is though, that all 508's (or 413G's, or 220F's, etc) will use the same consumable parts - generator, fuel cap, etc. - or at least they should.

@MotorcycleDan may know these things about the 508's. 
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Phredd
thanks.  I will wait to see if there is any more wisdom from the group and if not i will post a list soon

Phredd
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