200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Aspbear
I have fettled a few 275's but I am working on a 275 for a friend right now and have the option of going with the metal f/a tube or switch to one with the plastic Schrader valve. Looking for an opinion here of which one is safer.

I have already told him that a 275 like a few other models can be a little temperamental but I want it to be safe for him.

Of course I will show and then let him light it before we all it good to go but I know he will not burn the lantern very often.
G.B. Harp
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Eel
He has a 275 non-A?  Replace the valve in the existing metal F/A: avail from OCP.  Seems equally safe, so original fuel tube with a new OCP-branded fuel-resistant Schrader seems to be the thing.

EEL Eclectic Lanterns, div.  Doofenshmirtz-EEL Incorporated.

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Aspbear
Never mind I took my first 275 valve apart today, what were they thinking. I will go with the 275A version.
G.B. Harp
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