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Roger Miller
i am sure this has been done before, but it is my first 200A top half fit to a 275 fount. Drilled and tapped fount, used a bushing to fit to a 200a collar. Had to shorten the fuel air tube to function correctly. Test burn before paint E41A5F15-0B09-4652-A0F2-D74112F680A5.jpeg  C4AAF01B-0C06-4425-A45F-56740827406F.jpeg 
He said " I only just want one lantern that works"
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I got rained on at the, Coleman Collectors Club Central Kansas 3rd Annual Gathering 2018 @ Wilson Lake.
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RonMack
Looks Good. I did one not to long ago. I put a 228 vent on mine. Post some pics when you are done.
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JimL
Nice job.  I wonder how long that will run on a full fount.

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Gearotor
that’s cool !
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mgmlvks
Looks great!  I did a 242/275 a while back that calculated to run 7.5hrr.

What did you do to f/a tube (if anything) and what about getting height right for frame rest?
Mike, ICCC member #1156, Slant Saver Group #011, 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0215
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Roger Miller
I had to shorten the fuel air tube.
I disassembled it, trimmed the inner and outer tube to length and reassembled with a bit a JB weld and some of the original crimp.
I will take some good photos of it when I disassemble for paint.
This lantern will be all red with a chrome collar and a black burner frame.
I think I will use a yellow boarder Coleman decal as well.
As far as the frame height, when I installed the brass bushing in the fount,
I then cut it flush and used a pipe tap to continue the threads until the valve was the correct depth in the fount to allow the collar to fit as intended.
He said " I only just want one lantern that works"
"Holyrood" 2018 Survivor
I got rained on at the, Coleman Collectors Club Central Kansas 3rd Annual Gathering 2018 @ Wilson Lake.
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