200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Has anyone used a 5114 generator on a 220?

They are shorter by .015, have the same gas tip, but use an aluminum spring in lieu of the ceramic cardboard.

I'm most interested in the aluminum spring. Should be long life. I'm wondering if a preheat would be required though.
I believe Jules (is he tailhook or quicklite here?) used a 5114 with the spring and added a 6 tip and pricker for his 235. Will check some notes.

Edit: heres what he did...

Generator - I am going to try a propane 5114B5891 gen (tube same size as a 220 gen but has a really nice coiled spring inside) and with a 200a cleaning needle and a “v” tip.

Just so you know, a 235 is basically a 427 fount with a 220B frame and burner.
Greg -- Fiat Lux!
ICCC Member #1273
Seeker of Canadian Nickel!
Looks like I'll be using my stash of 5114 generators then. Now I just need to make pricker rods.

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