Enders 9061 BW 1964

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  1. Martin T.

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    Here my Enders 9061 with all spare parts. It was my first Stove, 15 years ago it was NOS in box when it came to me, and since that time it provided me a lot of hot meals and coffee. One of my favorites.
    Martin

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    Hi Martin, that is a very nice Enders. Your spares kit is just like brand new, pretty much everything in mine fell apart just by looking at it.
     
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    Good to see one going strong after 15 years. Have only had mine for about a year or so, that one also NOS when i got it. Just love the 9061.
     
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    Martin, a beautiful 9061 and well cared for too. I prefer the Enders 9061 so much I have 15 of them. Looks like your spares kit contains the original O rings and pip seals, you might want to update them with new. There is a gentleman member here (Sefa) who makes the leather pump cups, they are superb and better than original. Please post more flame shots as there are many pyros here! Thank you for sharing!
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  6. Martin T.

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    Thank you for the links and the compliments! This one is carried in my car in winter only for safety also an small lantern. I have heard from the leather pump cups from Sefa! I have 6 Enders stoves only one came with an broken leather cup so I tried to build one by myself (although I have some in my spare box) I Build it with some washers and it works fine. The o rings that I use are made from viton (fuel resistant) cut out with a "punching iron" (?). The Spare part box is only for the originality. I store my leathers cups in a small tube filled with oil no problems since then. OK here are some flame shots of some Enders in my collection :mrgreen: :D/
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  8. Martin T.

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  9. Chef BC

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    :D/ 8) I'm getting goosebumps!! :clap: :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    You got Harold worked up now with all those flame shots.
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  11. Martin T.

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    If a Stove is on fire, i´m feeling pretty much higher!!!

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    Martin