Kokutrustning 10/S

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  1. hacke

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    Spiritburner posted on his Optimus 154 Kokutrustning Nice one!)Here are some pictures of the old version. The box holds the burner and the stove is not detachable as the 154 stove in later version. The pictures are from todays season final of one of my scoutgroups where the stove was used to cook 120 sausages to feed my hungry scouts and their parents. Please enjoy the pictures!

    The box:

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    Sausage cooking, 60 at the time. About 25 minutes to warm them to eating temperature:

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    Side view of the box. The integrated regulating knob is seen on the side:

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    Regulating knob close-up:

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    "Exploded view" - Two pots and one frying pan. Utensils are clipped onto the cover. The small blue box to the right are spare parts. Burner, wrenches, jet, needle, pump leather and graphite for packbox:

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    Close-up on burner and the spare burner:

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    Pots stoved away:

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    On the inside of the cover is the instructions and a parts list:

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    Best regards, Rickard
     
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  2. dday

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    Hi Rickard,
    Very, very nice cooking setup you have there :) . That is quite a feat to feed such a large group and looks like you've got the perfect setup. Thanks for posting the pictures. Now I've gotta keep my eyes peeled for one like yours or Spiritburners, but the shipping is the killer :cry: . Thanks again.
     
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    Great set of photos!!

    Yet another bloody stove I have not got.

    I love the pic showing a pan of hot dogs - must be about 100. :D :D
     
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    Great to see - I'd not come arcross either until recently.
     
  5. hacke

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    It is perfect for stationary cooking as you have everything you need within the box, ready to go within a moments notice.

    I have only seen two sets of the new version for sale over the past five years, so I would say it is quite rare. The old version is available at http://www.surplus.se , but the shipping would be expensive and you might wan't to inspect the set first.

    As a curiosity, this years Swedish "Primus-träff" will be in Falköping, just a few miles from the surplus.se location in Slutarp. Maybe worth taking a de-tour for :o)
     
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    Am I right in saying the burners the same as on a Optimus 111?, :-k
    That would make a lot of sense to have the same burner on a lot of issue stoves..

    So its a big 111 ...... :lol: , very nice .

    Cliff
     
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    I now have one of these , big fan it is a big 111 with a very good windsheld ,
    Changed the pans and added a kettle in mine and intend using it for boiling water and fry ups :lol:
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    I also use a bit of foil as a added windsheild
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    Cliff
     
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    Cliff, what a beauty! I've not seen one of these before. The tank almost looks like it's from a 22. What a great find!
     
  9. Rob Raine Sweden

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    Hi, I just joined this forum today looking for some help and advice.
    I have the exact same stove here on the farm, I found it in the back of a old barn.
    I’d love to get it working but need seals and the leather or rubber pump thing. Can you advise me please ?

    I’m not a kid anymore but just the smell takes me back to wet cold camping trips with the cadets and how that smell meant something warm was on its way.
     
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    Thanks,