200A and 202 reproduction
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vette_boy
hi all

     as the title says i go this 242 valve in a bunch of parts and it has a weird pick up end i've never seen :

[PC070061_zpsad3279bc]  here's the strange end 

[PC070067_zps22451bf6]  any thoughts ??

sorry my pics are bad camera sucks
Dave

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Chucker
Yes, it looks like the fuel orifice set-up from the Slant lanterns minus the screen/filter cap. Can you remove the fuel orifice by unscrewing it like a gen tip?  

It may be from the very earliest 242 No Letters. Hmmm, neat piece you have there.
Chuck
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SCOTTY
I have a valve assembly from an early 242, 1933 I think, that has the same type of end. It looks like it is threaded for one of those pick up screens that would likely plug up quickly.
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Scouterjan
I agree early Canadian 242
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HillCountry
The tip of the F/A tube tells you that it was a 242 no-letter. It is like the tip on a generator.
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sbh801
Reviving this thread to see if my early 242 fuel p/u orifice is correct,Looks like the tip of a generator?
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SteveRetherford
nothing wierd , its a NL pick up missing the screened cover .
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sbh801
Here it is!
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SteveRetherford
nice looking NL , that vent is better than most !!!
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