200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Majicwrench
Got this from @StanDahl in the mail today...
IMG_9232[1].jpg  A little oil on the pump cup, figuring out how to run the little air check valve, and the tank holds pressure.  Well..... I have some CF at the shop...
   IMG_9226[1].jpg  Genny pisses into cup....how about that....wonder what happens if I shift burner forward......
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 lots of cool green flames that don't show well in picture.  I have some clean up to do but this is a solid old stove will be cooking soon.
IMG_9231[1].jpg  Burner doesn't seem to center well under  grate, will work on that. Secondary stuck as well, am sure is no biggie.  I like the removable oven parts, am wondering a bit what is supposed to hold wings out ?  
 Gads I love old stoves, and my mid-section is showing it.
Keith
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liseverewx
Wow. Great stove. I’m sure with a little TLC it will be running great in no time. 
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hikerduane
Love it.  Keith, see if the burners can slide over more.  On mine, I wasn't moving them to the right enough and didn't have real good flames.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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Ridge Runner
That’s cool! I really like the flame pattern from those style burners.

— L.J.
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Majicwrench
Duane, thanks for the thoughts. Am sure it will center with a little rust removal 🙂

Had a lot of "things" coming out of the burner, am sure things will clean up.

I have a #2 that I have been using a lot, this valve/genny on the #1 shuts off much better than the #2.   I like.
Keith
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StanDahl
That's great to see! I haven't had an oldie let me down yet - Coleman anyway. What holds the wings out?

Nothing.

They are either square with the case, or completely laid back. With the solid grate, there isn't much need for wind baffles. 
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(That's my #2 that's even more rusty than your #1 there.)

The auxiliary burner looks like this underneath:
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It's probably seized up here, it shouldn't take too much to set it free. That round bit with the hole in it rotates on the wire shaft to get the fuel/air mix into the burner. It seems to be easier to get apart than the #2.
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1hpycmpr

I figured you wouldn’t be able to wait long before firing it up, Keith!  That stove went to a good home and we’ll going to have to see some grub shots down the road!  That’s a beauty for sure and the flame looks pretty green from here.  

Mark
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MrAlexxx
That's real nice! Nothing like getting an oldie burning again. 

Alex
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BSAGuy
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Rubing
Very nice!
ICCC # 1402
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Flat_twin
Woohoo, FIRE!
Mark __________________________________________
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scl
great.
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SteveA
I've never seen a stove that old in the wild, if fact the only stove I have with cast iron burners is an AGM, which runs great.  Are you going to do a full restoration on it? Can't wait to see it.
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Majicwrench
@SteveA I will not do anything like a full restro. It will be made functional, clean up the rust a little, probably a quick coat of black for a bit of rust control.

I leave nice work to some of the experts on here.
Keith
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