200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
Scouterjan
OK.lets see them
Jan
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Gand28
Where’s yours?
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Scouterjan
Nearly dark so I will post some detailed pictures of my 2 tomorrow.
Jan
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StanDahl
How are you going to get the three people that own one to all show up here?
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Scouterjan
John there apparently a member here that has a couple so.just putting this out there
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StanDahl
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Scouterjan
WOW John thanks for sharing. You.musthave a stove?
Jan
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warren
DutyHydro has a couple.  Doesn't post much lately.  Jan drop him a PM and let him know about the post.  He likes anything about them and may not have seen John's ad before.  He has at least 2. (I sent him one myself.)   I like the ones that say SURE FIRE around the grate.

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Scouterjan
That looks more like my.1 st stove. Badge on.front says WIZARD
Jan
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StanDahl
I don't have one, but another John does - I think. WYSIWIG brought one by my house and I took pictures, but now I can't find them. His had the extra fancy burners if I recall correctly.
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WYSIWYG
Yes I have a wizard, I will get it out, light it up and post pictures.

Mine has the sure fire grates
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Cottage_hill_bill
Got one but it'll be a couple days before I can get pics.
Reese
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gpaguy
I have one. I try and get some pictures tonight.

Two summers ago I was at a local flea market and there was a seller there that had a film projecter and film reels and other paraphernalia.  It was from the same company (Goldberg Brothers) that made these stoves. It sure wasn't something that I ever expected to see.


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Russ
Mine has the SURE FIRE grates. The badge says STACO SURE FIRE STOVE. And if I remember correctly Schaffer Tent and Awning co. Denver CO.
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Scouterjan
Thanks Russ. Mine looks to be the same but badge is different
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Scouterjan
Here is Mine like Russ posted above. Notice my badge is different
Jan
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Scouterjan
Latest version of Surefire
Jan
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hikerduane
Quite the plumbing job on those.
Duane
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Cottage_hill_bill
Not a Sure Fire but a Goldberg, a Sure Meal. Very compact at 18"w X 11"d X 3"h.
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The half-moon punch outs in each front corner are the wind screen supports.
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Main burner. I think the light grey lever with the wire attached to it is the diverter to channel fuel to the pre-heat cup.
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Valve for the secondary burner slides in to stow.
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The lump on the right end of the valve is the keeper to hold the valve in place. It fits through the keyhole in the side below.
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fuel cap.jpg 
accessories 2.jpg 
The fuel cap has a barb to connect it to the pump via a short length of hose.
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Two double-thick straps work as lid props. It is a surprisingly sturdy setup.

Reese
North West Florida

Reese’s Law of Thermodynamics:  At temperatures below incandescence hot metal looks exactly like cold metal.

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Scouterjan
WOW Bill that's a great stove. Does the tank.hang down on.the side?
Jan
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WYSIWYG
Ok Jan I had out out in the garage and make sure my stove was still there!!


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My tank will hang down but the embossed lettering on it implies it is to lay on its side next to the stove,

I do have the wind screen but didn't set it up
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Cottage_hill_bill
Tank just rests on the ground beside the stove.
Reese
North West Florida

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Scouterjan
Awesome Bill. Thanks for sharing
Jan
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bklock
I picked up this Sure Fire No. 27 last Tuesday.  I'm itching to get it cleaned up and serviced, but I'm at my parents' place this week and am exercising some patience.  The main burner runs well, but the control for the auxiliary seems to be disconnected somewhere.  It just spins and spins.  The grate is simpler than the one Jan has pictured above.
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rob_pontius
I really like that flame pattern.
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Majicwrench
Looking through this thread is making me drool on my keyboard
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egroscup
Those are some beautiful stoves. E.
The year 2259, the place Babylon 5
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liteitup
John,
Love those lit burners, BEAUTIFUL, Mesmerising, ! !
O.K. I'm a stovie junkie just waiting to find beautiful burners, forget those iris eye blinding lanterns, it's beauty I want to see.
Lee
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