It isn't necessary to order the entire stoker/boiler package !
1. Some people don't need a domestic water coil because they use an indirect water heater. If so, order a boiler without a coil and use a cover plate in case you ever change your mind. Savings: $$ Several Hundreds $$ If you will never need a coil, you can even order a boiler without a coil flange. You will not be able to ever mount a coil, but will never have to worry about a leak. Possible time delay for construction.
2. Some would like the coil but want a 7 GPM coil instead of the standard 5 GPM coil. If so, upgrade to a 7 gallon coil. Cost: Slight increase.
3. An outfire prevention control does not come with a new unit. You can use an L6006A or C, or even an L4006B aquastat to accomplish this. Cost: Slight increase. It's better to have one, rather than shovel several hundred pounds of coal out of the stoker base if your fire goes out and you aren't home.
4. Extra ash cans are always handy. Who immediately empties an ash can and puts it back into use? Not me. Cost: Minor.
5. The standard aluminum burner end pipe might last 20 years, but the optional stainless steel pipe might last a lifetime. Cost to upgrade: Moderately expensive.
6. Some localities require a low water cutoff. They are available.
7. Two types of (bin) pipe couplings are available. The standard pipe coupling is the solid coupling. An optional coupling is a split coupling. The split coupling makes life easier if you need to work on the worm. Cost: Very minor.
8. If an optional oil burner kit is desired and you already have a good chassis, you can re-use the old oil burner, with the new air tube and nozzle. Savings: A few hundred.
Any add-ons or swaps or removals should be discussed with your efm dealer before your order is placed.