200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Dvan95
I already shared this post on Facebook but it got me all excited so again I just wanted to share my freshly converted 335! The old fount had a pinhole so I got a replacement. It's burns bright, quiet and no smells at all. New favourite. I have a soft spot for 335's! I rethreaded a 220 fount and made a brass fitting for 1/4" down to 1/8" NPT at work today. Next I'm going to make a longer pickup tube and paint it, then swap the guts of the 335 on it! This one is still using the fully intact 335 valve with f/a rod. Don't worry, the valve bung is centered, it just appears offset because of the chamfer when I cut the 1/4 NPT into the fount.  20200624_211214_compress16.jpg  20200625_194422_compress78.jpg
-Dan

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Tgarner01
Cool! I didn't realize 335s used a 1/8npt bung. What did you use for a generator tip size?
Toby Garner
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Dvan95
Tgarner01 wrote:
Cool! I didn't realize 335s used a 1/8npt bung. What did you use for a generator tip size?


Yes! I believe so, although now you have me questioning what the thread pitch is for the 335 😂 I am 99% sure it's 1/8-27 NPT! As for the generator I just used one from a 339 lantern! 
-Dan

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