200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

compman2
I was putting a generator for my 502 back together and tightened the nozzle a tweak to much and it twisted off.  Bummer.  I was able to get the twisted off part out without damaging the threads.  There isn't someone who has a spare nozzle for a 502 generator.  I know that you can still find complete generators but the rest of the generator is in great shape.
Ron
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zoomkat
If the tip isn't messed up too much you might consider hard silver soldering it back on.
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Chucker
There are many lantern gens that have the 4/48ths threads and .009 orifice. The 290, 295, 625 and 635 all should swap directly, among others.

Source: http://www.light.papo-art.com/tech-n-info/Coleman_technical/ColemanGenerators/Generator%20Gas%20Tip%20Sizes%20Feb%2020%202009.htm
Chuck
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Gunhippie
I have a bunch of 502 gens. PM if interested.
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Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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compman2
Ordered a gen already.  Thanks for the offer.  I have a 295 lantern that could use a generator it is pulsing   May buy a new gen for it and scarf the nozzle for my existing 502 gen.  Thanks for all the good help. Lesson learned don't tighten much more than finger tight.  The stove is worth it a real nice original piece and I bought it right.
Ron
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zoomkat
"I have a 295 lantern that could use a generator it is pulsing"

Most likely low tank pressure.
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Chucker
More pressure may work. Pulsing can also come from insufficient vaporization of the fuel (see: Liedenfrost Effect). 

If you just can't live with it some have used brass wool to wrap around the coils in the gen. It slows the fuel down enough (usually) to more effectively vaporize the fuel. I've even used brass wire wrapped around the outside of the gen to hold heat.
Chuck
"Pleasant words are a honeycomb, Sweet to the soul and healing to the bones." Proverbs 16:24
Eye-SEE-C-C Member #1333 -- MilSpecOps #003
"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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