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stoves and lanterns

Postby whiterabbit » September 12th, 2014, 10:07 am

Picked this stove up for a few bucks a few months back. I had to solder a fitting that was leaking but runs like a champ now! I also drug out the old lanterns and cleaned them up. I had to sandblast the tops and repaint them. This paint is a perfect match so if you need to touch up your gear get a can. I found the paint at the same surplus store as the stove.
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