200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Dax
I had plans on putting a 200 top on a 220E (cdn) fount. The 200 valve doesn't work, its too small. I feel like this has been done and there's an easy solution?
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Smudge
Here's a thread about it. If you scroll down to post #12, there's a reference to using a 200 valve on a 220 fount.
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/275-fount-to-fit-200a-valve-no-muss-no-fuss-7048258?pid=1286019947
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Tgarner01
The easiest thing to do is tap the fount bung to 1/4 npt and use a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter... But it will do away with ever going back to original.
That's what I did on this one:

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Tgarner01
I just reread your post... I'm assuming the Canadian 220s use the same oddball thread the US ones do..
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Dax
Murf's procedure is what I remember seeing, looks great other than I think the valve would sit too high for a 200 collar?
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Gavercronos
If it does, just file it down and tap it a little deeper...
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Excellent info. 
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Dvan95
Agreed. You can tap the existing Coleman sized threads of the 220 fount and run a 1/4" NPT tap I'm there, no tap drilling required. I made my own bung insert from brass but you can buy a reducer from 1/4" down to 1/8"-27 NPT.  I'm using this for a 335 frank. The length of pickup tube won't matter in his case as I am just going to make a straight one. With yours you might find that it is a little short so you could always just run the tap deeper to offset the height!Screenshot_20200728-232250_Gallery_compress70.jpg
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