ZIV (ЗИВ) Up and running.

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  1. Harder D. Soerensen

    Harder D. Soerensen Denmark Subscriber

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    Got this little beauty a while ago - Thanks to @Bratello.

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    (The spindle is the same as on the Juwel 34)
     
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    Interesting stove…
     
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    @Harder D. Soerensen I’m trying to work out where the filler cap is. Top plate I think, just about hidden by the burner riser?

    John
     
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    @presscall
    As always - you have keen eyes!
    Yes, its hidden behind the burner.
    It looks a lot like the Juwel 33 filler cap.

    It shown here (Borrowed from @SantelaS pictures of his ZIV)
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    Nice looking stove! Looks like it's putting out quite a bit of heat under that kettle. :)

    thanks,
    ben
     
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    Harder, I it closer to the Juwel or the Arara in design?
     
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    @SveaSizzler
    Close - But I would say the Juwel 33.
    The fillercap on the Arara is a bit different.
     
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    SveaSizzler United States Subscriber

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    Reminds me of the Ural motorcycles -- the whole factory that made the BMW R75 went East in '45.
    I figured the Red Army sacked one of the Dresden stove works, and thus was born Komrad Ziv.
     
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    snwcmpr SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Very nice flame Harder.
    :clap:
     
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    Congratulations Harder , its a fabulous looking apparatus !
     
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    Very rare stove, gratz! Nice flame !!!!
     
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    It is a beautiful one, does it enjoy the same burner as the Juwel 34? And if possible to translate, what is written on the tank?
     
  13. Harder D. Soerensen

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    The burner can use the spindle from a Juwel 34 - have not tried if jets are interchangeable.

    Maybe @Bratok_xxl or @gideon can translate it?
     
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    @Migwar @Harder D. Soerensen tank:

    re "if possible to translate, what is written on the tank?"

    ЗИВ
    ТОЛЬКО ДЛЯ БЕНЗИНА
    > ZIV
    ONLY FOR GASOLINE

    more than just tank, lengthy translations re this same model here
    scroll up in link for more as well.
     
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    @Harder D. Soerensen
    for benzine only (means naphta fraction boils 40-120 degs Celsium), also in German stoves have "nur für Benzin" engraving. also gasoline the same.
     
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    Noted, thanks for all.