200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

bubbaville
I would like to know if anyone has a link where I can obtain any repair parts for this Aluminum Canister Case that houses a M1945 portable gasoline back pack camp stove. There are parts in the handle but they are brittle from age. I am looking for the leather pump seal and the rubber gaskets. Any help from you pro's out there will be greatly appreciated. I tried to send pic's from phone but the web site won't let me.
Thank you all, be safe out there always.
B. Jones/ medaviseguy 
Bobby Jones
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JimL
Welcome to the forum from north Jersey.

Did you mean an M-1942 stove like pictured below?  If so, here's a link to the pump cup from our sponsor. It states in the listing that it's for the M-1950, but if you finding it by searching 1942, the description states that it's also for the M-1942.
https://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=714&cat=&page=1

M-1942.jpg 

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


There is a very fine line between hobby and mental illness. - Dave Barry
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macwacs
Recommend that you get the complete parts kit. Pump cup leather, pump cap gasket and pip. These parts almost always need replaceing even on the later M1950 stove.
RMW
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JimL
RMW,

I didn't see a parts kit for the M-1942 on OCP, or would have provided the link to that instead.  I don't recall whether the M-1950 or M-1942 PIP was longer, but remember I needed to shave one down for use in the other.

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


There is a very fine line between hobby and mental illness. - Dave Barry
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macwacs
Use the M1950 parts kit. The little doughnut "O" ring save for when you get a M1950 stove. I have not needed to shave the pip gasket but cuss every time I have to install one weather in a  Mod 42 or M50. Pumps and parts are real close and are interchangeable. Length of the plunger and tube are only difference. M1950 is a longer stroke
RMW
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Tgarner01
I bought a couple of the full m1950 kits from Mike and everything worked fine besides the pips. Both swelled up twice there original size. Cheap experiment tho. I ended up cutting a fuel rated o ring for my pips 
Toby Garner
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