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My sister is sending a green 335 she found at a consignment shop.  Will be my first Canadian lantern.  I downloaded a user manual with parts diagram.  Looks like there is some 242 DNA in this unit.  Had a hard time crossing referencing parts to the more common 220/228 lanterns,

What is the parts situation on these? 
Looks like a globe for a 288 will fit (have a spare). 
Packing, Gaskets, pump leather, are they the same as say a 220E or are they 242?
OCP sells replacement Generators - G3 and G3A
Anything made of unobtanium in these units?
413F&G, 200A, 220C, 228C, 220E, 228F, the 288 twins, Roddy, Ash Flash(s), and just a few others.....
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mikew
Have one 335 and find it is a very good running lantern.  The 288 globe fits as well as the standard fuel cap and gaskets, and the pump parts.  The burner is very different from a 220 in that it is stamped metal.  335 uses the larger 99 size mantel, but I use the Peerless 24A.
Mike
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When I first bought my 335 it was my favorite lantern for a good bit. Still near the top of my list. 

I need to try a #99 on it. Ive always had a 21a on it. I've never tried to find parts for it asides from a generator. Got plenty of those on hand. 
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Thanks Mike.  Was starting to wonder what I was getting into.  I keep a few of the standard packing's / gaskets / pumps on hand.  OCP is out of Peerless for now so I'll order a couple of 99's.  10 plus years ago I let a pristine Blue 621 pass because the globe was cracked and I worried about spare parts.  The asking price was like $14. 
413F&G, 200A, 220C, 228C, 220E, 228F, the 288 twins, Roddy, Ash Flash(s), and just a few others.....
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Thanks Mike.  Was starting to wonder what I was getting into.  I keep a few of the standard packing's / gaskets / pumps on hand.  OCP is out of Peerless for now so I'll order a couple of 99's.  10 plus years ago I let a pristine Blue 621 pass because the globe was cracked and I worried about spare parts.  The asking price was like $14. 


Had to correct my post about the globe.  Inadvertently typed 228 when I meant the 288 globe is correct size.
Mike
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Mike, I didn't even notice the typo.

Jeep, have you been using the G3 or G3A generator?  Looks like both are supposed to work.
413F&G, 200A, 220C, 228C, 220E, 228F, the 288 twins, Roddy, Ash Flash(s), and just a few others.....
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