200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

joe mott
heres my lamp i talked with yas about, i was thrilled to see the guy had found the shade, does it look original? it is missing the pump as you guys noted, is it a hard to find item? thanks so much for the help fellas





Rouses Point NY
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Gand28
Nice lamp, Joe.  You are missing the thumb screw that goes into the fill plug.  Someone has substituted a screw.  OCP sells them:

http://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=3547&cat=&page=1

Mike also sells the pumps:

http://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=2334&cat=&page=1

I'm no lamp expert but I think that is called a hobnail shade.  It looks too small to be original. Perhaps from an Aladdin kero lamp.

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Barryb
Nice lamp Joe!... Careful, lamps are a slippery slope that I know all about. LOL. Hope to see it burning soon.
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REJ2
The thumb screw you need has much finer threads than the bolt someone has substituted. The picture I'm showing is from a round filler plug, the hexagon filler plugs also use a fine threaded screw which when I checked seems to be a little shorter in length.
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SteveRetherford
ya , that screw may have jacked up the threads ? you may need a complete fuel cap ?
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joe mott
oooo i see the pump is separate! im learning all the time here lol. thanks a lot guys
Rouses Point NY
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joe mott
would this be what i need?

http://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=3871&cat=&page=1
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Gunhippie
No. Yours is hexagonal and screws into the fuel bung, whereas that round one screws onto the outside of the fuel bung.

I don't see the proper "fuel plug" (Coleman term) for your CQ lamp at OCP, but sending Mike an e-mail might find one for you.
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xoleagleye
Joe, the only part you need is the air stem. Unless the threads are messed up by the screw they threaded into the (correct terminology) filler plug. Here is a drawing of the break down of parts for the CQ lamp. Click image for larger version - Name: FC2F0C16-4B81-4473-9EF0-771B3C49F1EB.jpeg, Views: 65, Size: 95.42 KB
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joe mott
ok thank you. im going to bring it ibnto work and see if i can save the threds
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