Primus No2 1932

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  1. anfeng

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    I got this big guy on eBay recently.

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    Compared with Svea 123, it is like a giant.

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    The original fire ring has been lost, because I can not buy this special accessories, so I had to ask a friend to help me with the lathe processing of this accessories.

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    Is the handle designed to prevent it?

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    I made some clean up on it.

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    Boil a liter of water only two minutes and fifty seconds.

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    Beautiful flame.

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    Compared with several other common stoves

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    Excellent presentation @anfeng and congratulations on having a friend with the capability to make that flame ring.

    John
     
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    @anfeng I wish I had a friend that could work magic like that [-o<

    Beautiful presentation, I really liked the last pic with the "tower" - made me grin - WIDE...

    There is something about those big, old brassies.... :thumbup:
     
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    @anfeng

    Very nice: and a beautiful flame ring.

    I have a Primus No. 2 with a "Liberty" brand burner. I use it in the kitchen often. Last night I made stir-fried squid:

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    Best wishes

    Tony
     
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    Nice score!:content:
    is it a 2 pint stove?
    correct me if I'm wrong:roll:
     
  6. Tony Press

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    oh, thanks!
     
  8. anfeng

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    @Tony Press
    Hi tony! Primus No2's great fire is very suitable for cooking oriental dishes, your stove is very beautiful.
    IMG_6429.JPG Is the pump knob designed in a three-layer structure to prevent the knob from being hot?
     
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    I have no idea why the pump knob is made that way. I would think that the pump knob should not get hot on these stoves anyway, and if it did get hot the tank would be self pressurising.

    Tony
     
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    You have done so well, congratulations. Love the No 2.

    Cheers
    Rob
     
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    Beautiful, nice score and restoration.
    Didn't the cleaning made a bit too pinkish the brass components?
    The "stove tower" is a fantastic picture :)
    Cheers
    Zoltan