Primus 210

Discussion in 'Primus No:210' started by The Warrior, Mar 4, 2020.

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    Yeah, it's 1932, I found the chart. 88 years old.
     
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    Beautiful a real keeper
     
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    Great set you got there.

    (You might wanna flush the fount in order to make sure no old debris is left there.)
    If you want to put smaller pots/percolators and such on your 210/00 a small trivet like this may come in handy.

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    @Harder D. Soerensen

    That is a nice little trivet, do you have a name of the seller or a link to buy one.
     
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    Not sure actually - But if you punch in “stove trivet” on Ebay and then sort: Prices low to high” they pop up in all shapes and sizes.
     
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    @CW

    Thanks man.

    @Harder D. Soerensen

    Thanks. Good idea on the trivet. Reminds me of getting a hiking espresso maker for my wife. It was too small to fit on my Brunton Raptor stove. I set out on a mission, and found a drain cover to use as a trivet. It had three tabs sticking up, that the espresso maker fit in like it was made for it. Like so:

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    Uh, I see 4 tabs. :)
     
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    Haha, I caught that after the edit button went away. :mrgreen: Really, I just did it to see if you were paying attention. You passed!
     
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    I had stated in this thread Optimus 00 Fettle And Boil Test that I started to fettle my 210, but the NRV was stuck, and it was leaking kero. I oiled it up, and it's been sitting for weeks. Worked on it tonight, will post photos probably tomorrow. Have the leather cup soaking in oil. My hardest fettle to date.