200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

monkeyboy
this one has me stumped.
please take a look and see if you can figure out what i need to do to correct the clocking 

thanks for your reply,

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monkeyboy
pretty good runner after i tightened the valve jam nut.

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smallenginelover
Lantern lab made a video of rebuilding a 228E, he shows the proper clocking very well. Hope this helps.
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Gunhippie
How low is the valve sitting in the cut-out of the collar? Can you get one more half-turn without it bottoming out? If not, leave it.

These are tapered threads and with use, they wear and stretch, so the valve will get lower every time it's reassembled, especially if an ape is running the wrench.
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Rubing
The pricker lever and frame cut out for the pricker lever needs to be between the valve wheel and filler cap. Just loosen up the frame nut, rotate everything and tighten the frame nut back down. 
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monkeyboy
looks like the valve could easily make a 3/4 rotation to where it needs to be for proper clocking
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Dmacp
it (the valve) should also be centered in the opening.
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monkeyboy
yes. i havn’t got a wrench yet to loosen the nut that holds the frame down. i’ll have to make one and bend it so it will fit properly and not round off the nut.
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