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dbhost
I have an application that needs something less than the 5K BTU output of my 511A, so I am wondering what Coleman whtie gas heaters were made that had lower BTU outputs? Would like something in the 3K BTU range and I would like to know what to look for...
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Gand28
There was a small 3-5,000 BTU adjustable mushroom style. Couldn’t tell you the model number tho.

Edit:  I looked it up...model 513-700. 
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Chucker
Many mfrs made one like this in various colors. I have a red one but it's not a Whamo brand like the one below. I'm guessing 2500-3000 BTU's. 

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Northman49
Coleman 518 heater is 3000  btu. They are plentiful in Canada.
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dbhost
Ah yes, the 518. Thanks. You rattled the rust off my brain. I had one of those in my wishlist for years and never got around to getting one...

I recently had a massive failure of my Portable Buddy propane heater, and want to slide entirely over to white gas (more fuel efficient, less dependent upon the location of the fuel source etc...). However I want a heater that will work for heating up a truck bed sleeper / truck / SUV tent rig, less than 100sq / ft total, and yes I will keep it well ventilated.

The 518 does seem to be plentiful on Ebay.... so here I go...
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Northman49
I have a NOS 510 heater, not sure of BTUs, but it's yours for the price of the ride.
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