Enders 9063 Questions?

Discussion in 'Enders' started by Harder D. Soerensen, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. MrAlexxx

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    @Harder D. Soerensen Never ever sell shelf? I started out with a shelf like that but it got too small faster than I ever imagined. Good luck with that! lol

    My "baby". I know the guys who run the local "junk shop" so he gives me a call whenever a camp stove comes in. He phoned me and said that there was a Primus stove in a tin that came in. Besides calling all the big stoves Coleman's I think Primus is all he knows to call the smaller stoves. lol
    I told him hold it for me and that was good enough for me to go visit. Turns out the Primus was an Enders "Baby" and I was happy plus the price was right. I don't have an Enders and having a "baby" is pretty good I think? Missing the funnel but pretty solid even though it may not look that way. I'll get to it when I get to it. For now I found a small spot on my "never ever sell shelf"! :)

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  2. Dr Phun

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    Here is a photo of mine. I believe this is a more recent version I.e. 1970’s or 80’s support. It runs good - seemingly stronger than an 8R.

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  3. Harder D. Soerensen

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    @MrAlexxx

    I need to find me a guy like that at a junk shop!

    I discovered, that a small soft steel brush on my DREML worked wonders cleaning the pot support. The metal regained most of its good looks.

    I bought a new sticker for the tank here:
    https://store.quietstove.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=ENDERS-9063-STICKER
    7 USD for the Sticker - and 15 USD to have it shipped to Denmark :roll:

    I really like this small but powerfull stove!

    @MrAlexxx I can't help but wonder what else is on that shelf of yours ;-)
     
  4. MrAlexxx

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    @Harder D. Soerensen Compared to some of the guys on here I'm sure my stove "shelf" would look really pitiful! lol
     
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    Compared to the face-expression of "She-who-must-be-obeyed" - My shelf is already long enough!
     
  6. Harder D. Soerensen

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    @Tony Press
    Your well-made pot-legs came today.
    They are so well and precise made and fast to mount. Now I can actually adjust the width a bit also!
    Thank you!

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  7. Tony Press

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    @Harder D. Soerensen

    Enjoy them!

    I see you are using a Sirram kettle. I went bushwalking yesterday and was in charge of making tea. I took a Sirram kettle, heated by a Svea 123 in a Sigg Tourist.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  8. MrAlexxx

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    Lazy day here so decided to get my "Baby" in order. Powerful little beast and a keeper for sure! :D

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