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Discussion in 'MSR - Mountain Safety Research' started by scouterjan, Mar 7, 2016.

  1. scouterjan

    scouterjan Canada Subscriber

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    I was at a GPA gathering this weekend and a little old lady walks in with 2 milk crates of stuff, she asked if I would thing anyone would like to buy here items. Lots of stuff, a complete Radius Brassie, 4 or 5 of those stoves in square tin boxes,2 different Phebous stoves, MSR International, and lots of other bits and pieces. This is what I quickly grabbed



    SPRING PNW gathering, MY HAUL 008.jpg



    SPRING PNW gathering, MY HAUL 009.jpg

    there was also a #1 MSR but I let a Stovie have it
    Jan
     
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    Wow Jan! Stealing from a little old lady from Pasadena? Nice haul.

    A #1 MSR???

    Sam
     
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    Excellent score! That's the first Dual-Fuel stove I've seen with a DF label on the base.
     
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    some one installed a lantern Sparky on it, I don't think thats original equ. Well I'll be darned, just looked at Marks other MSR thread and discovered these Sparky's are Original. Guess I had better go over this stove and fire it up
    Jan
     
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  5. oddball United States

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    That sparker unit is original to that stove as is the darker yellow pump with the two pins and you don't want to remove those labels from the base.
     
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    THANKS on your update, no I will leave all labels and other tags on
    regards Jan
     
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    just a question, so what do I replace the broken tube with at the bottom of the pump with?
    regards Jan
     
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    Easy fix, even I can do it. I fixed up a rare all yellow pump on Sunday. Tubing I used can be bought at a chainsaw or snowmobile store.
    Duane
     
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    big thanks Duane, I can do that easily
    Jan
     

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