200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Quick Cal
My HGP will be here tomorrow. I think these things look like there is something missing with out the burner support on them. I would love to find one. But I's like to make one. I gotta mod everything I get,,,lol.

So can someone give me some measurements.

1. The diameter of the lower ring.

2. Center to center of the posts.

3. From the top of the ring to the top of the nut.

Just for giggles I'll post in the classifieds too.

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Tgarner01
If someone doesn't beat me to it, I'll get some measurements when I get to the shop in the morning.
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campinut
My 560 ring post are 4 1/8 inches apart and 5 3/4 across diagnally (center to center) The ring is 6 in diameter (outside to outside)..that is all..campinut..
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Quick Cal
campinut wrote:
My 560 ring post are 4 1/8 inches apart and 5 3/4 across diagnally (center to center) The ring is 6 in diameter (outside to outside)..that is all..campinut..


Thank you Russ.

Not sure if the 560 would be the same or not. Can someone with a 457 still measure please. Thanks
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Northman49
My 457G  has this support, but it's a Canadian model. Probably the support rods are the same distance as on all others...but it's snowed in the shed so I can't get measurements if you need them.
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SteveRetherford
its not missing , those were sold as an accessory for those doing extra heavy work . mine doesnt have one either .
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Quick Cal
its not missing , those were sold as an accessory for those doing extra heavy work . mine doesnt have one either .


I know. I just want one. I gotta mod it out man,,,lol.
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Quick Cal
I just like making stuff. I always make some kind of tool, or mod for just about every hobby I get into,,,lol.
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scl
i have 2 without them.let me know if you feel like modding 2 up for me.
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campinut
This paperwork supports Steve's comment..campinut..
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Tgarner01
campinut wrote:
My 560 ring post are 4 1/8 inches apart and 5 3/4 across diagnally (center to center) The ring is 6 in diameter (outside to outside)..that is all..campinut..


My 457G measures exactly the same. The posts run strait up and down so that will give you your exact diameter. Appears to be made of 1/4 rod threaded 1/4 20 sorry almost forgot you this morning.
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Pancholoco1911
@Quick Cal did you ever build it? I have a 460 that I would like to add one of those accessories
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Quick Cal
@Quick Cal did you ever build it? I have a 460 that I would like to add one of those accessories
 

I actually found one.
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Pancholoco1911
Quick Cal wrote:
 

I actually found one.
I need to found one too, I will post a WTB in the classifieds then. Thanks
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Sam McCord
The support measurements can be obtained by using the dish under the burner as a template of sorts. The hole spacing is there and some measuring for the height is all that's required. I like the Canadian ones with the strapping ring as opposed to the 1/4" rod ring. Just my 2 cents worth.
Doug

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Pancholoco1911
Sam McCord wrote:
The support measurements can be obtained by using the dish under the burner as a template of sorts. The hole spacing is there and some measuring for the height is all that's required. I like the Canadian ones with the strapping ring as opposed to the 1/4" rod ring. Just my 2 cents worth.


If I don’t find any I will build one. Already got the dimensions from this helpful post. Thanks all for their inputs here with all the info 
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