Royal

Discussion in 'Dongil Metal Manufacturing Co' started by itchy, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. itchy

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    Almost identical to the Royal 71 on these pages, but I do not see a number on the one I am showing. The fuel cap on this one is very plain. The wind screen with this stove is enameled and shorter. Also, the stove I have did not have the alternate roarer burner plate, it may have been lost but everything else seems to be there so I don't know. The slotted leg tubes are a nice detail, and luckily the legs are all there. The pump uses an O-ring rather than a leather cup, and with a new nitrile O-ring it works quite well.

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  2. idahostoveguy

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    That wind screen is really neat! And you say it is enameled? I like it. The same goes for the slotted legs - very interesting aspect.

    sam
     
  3. itchy

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    Hi Sam,
    The screen has a smooth hard coating, inside and out, with a few small chips in it -- similar to my old Coleman lantern tops -- so I called it enameled. That may not be technically correct(?)
     
  4. teletim

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    A very nice stove with some well thought out details.
    One to look out for.
    Thanks for showing it.
    Cheers Tim.
     
  5. DAVE GIBSON

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    these stoves are always well thought out..just not the no-twist legs,check out the wrench!!