Looking good - always worked for me.
Definately a worthy Master Class example.
Well done @Twoberth
Wow - well done so far!!
Looking forward to the Flameshot ;-)
Sound advice as always John. Thank you!
Well done John. I have a Shmel-2 with that same Full on/off regulator. Might have a look at it again.
Thanks for your always thorough and well...
A classic little stove - Congrats!
(Now, Lock up your savings - these are known to multiply all by themselves!!!)
Correct - Thats why I (tongue in check) wrote that today - we have a helmet - which can be used as a ....helmet ;-)
In the earlier days we had a washbasin, a cooking pot, a deep showel for keeping water out of trenches and a helmet.
Today... We have a helmet.
@William H Smith
If the jet-thread is worn - you can add a bit of copper/“silver”-grease on the jet thread. I use something like this -but there...
@snwcmpr I think you might need to consider departing with a few more stoves then ;-)
(they range from 180-245 USD)
I can see the Soto Muka’s are still for sale from Australia on Ebay (not cheap!)
I wonder how many threads you may have cut with that spindle ;-))
When it comes to over-engineered - I have yet to see someone beat the complicity of a Soto Muka Pump - or the total amount of parts in an Enders...
I am glad you got it Robert. Now you made me want a complete set as well ;-)
A car tow-hook and a rubber hammer also works great for straightend out a flame ring.
Some sellers make these specifically for PT-1 and PT-2.
Great - it simmers better with low pressure in the fuel bottle - That way its easier to get a steady low burn.
If yours has the “magnet automatic needle cleaner” you can benefit from changing the original (weak) magnet to a Neodym Magnet. I did...
Hi @Robert Radcliffe
Regarding the friction on the burner top - You can carefully widen those “springs” holding it in place - that way it doesn’t...
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