Parasene two pint stove.

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  1. Bigbear

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    AD197A33-8726-4029-8882-8BC0DC732C67.jpeg Obtained this and it seems to be in pretty good condition as very few dings or bumps. Am I right in thinking that its missing a burner or flame ring, not sure how I tell which, or can one fit either ? Would Primus or Optimus stove supports fit do you think ?
    Will post more pics as I go.
    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. kerophile

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    Hi @Bigbear your stove has part of a silent burner. It is missing inner and outer burner caps:

    Parasene, 2-pint, silent burner, collapsible stove.

    Stove legs from another 2 pint capacity stove are likely to fit, or you can make a set from steel rod.

    Leg dimensions and method of making stove legs:

    If you scroll down this link you will see the profile /dimensions for the legs of a collapsible 1.75 pint stove, A Radius No.17.

    Radius No:17 *

    If you check the burner top to the top of the flat section of the legs for your stove, it should be approximately 1/4 inch or 6 mm

    The drawing should be useful for any stove of this type.

    As to making the legs, have a look at this classic post by Bryan Miller:

    Making Replacement Legs

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    Much obliged, once more humbled by the knowledge and help on this forum, the internet has its downside but places like this would not exist without it.