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Moses_Yoder
  Put all my lantern tools in one pic. Bent wrench at top is for the burner tube nut on 200 series, Check valve tool for Coleman from OCP, check valve tool for AGM from Mike wells, right two sockets are for 220/228 valve disassembly, left socket is for 200 series valve removal, bent wrench for 220/228 cage nut, 3/8 ratchet for lantern sockets shown, and 7/16 & 1/2 wrenches. I have a full tool box of screwdrivers, pliers, etc. I think the only thing I am missing now is the tool to unplug an air inlet tube. What else is there? 


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Moses D Yoder/Mose/Mo ICCC #1452
Sears Syndicate # 651 / 275 Appreciation Syndicate #159 / Slant Saver #22
Psalm 97:11 Light shines on the righteous and joy on the upright in heart.

 
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mds70
Fount vise!
then there’s dent removal?


Mike Swihart

BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #070
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Ridge Runner
In addition to your 7/16" combo, I have a 3/8" for F/A tubes & tip cleaner assemblies, 9/16" for valve packing nuts.
-- L.J.
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austin65uri
 A 6 inch pencil magnet for getting that last BB out of the fount is very handy.
Bill.
ICCC#1601
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jhutc13
A long sturdy zip tie to clean the air tube. ðŸ˜
Hutch
275 Appreciation Syndicate #0180
Milspec syndicate #0180
Coleman Slant Saver #0180
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Vegastrapper
A very good post. I took a screen shot so I could start putting them together. Thanks a lot Moses!
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MartyJ
Tools needed to replace the gasket on a one piece cap
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I left out the crowbar.
Marty
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Rubing
A 5/16” open end wrench for Q99 and R55 generators and a pricker. 
ICCC # 1402
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Gunhippie
Bent and thinned 1/2" open-end wrench for Quicklite frame nuts:

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Pricker for Q99.

Pricker for Svea (fits lots of other things).

O-ring hook for removing various gaskets.

Whatever the right size wrench is for the Slant frame nuts.

Hypodermic syringes and needles full of: Mink oil, penetrating oil, CLP. Hypos are the world's best precision oilers. Cheap, too, and you get the last laugh if a junkie steals your tools.

A selection of ball-peen hammers. Not often used on lanterns, but great for stress relief. Also useful when you catch said junkie stealing fuel caps from your display.

A bunch of other things I've forgotten.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
Walk a mile in a man's shoes before you criticize him--then you're a mile away, and he has no shoes.
Texan's last words: "Y'all--hold my beer--I wanta' try sumptin'."
Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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sourgasjohn
I have a junk 220 and R55 gen. cut down and soldered shut so I can pressurize a fount with the valve open to check the packings without fuel spraying all over. They really don't get much use but they are in the kit. A thin 9/16" wrench bent like the 5/8" is handy for the 220 series cage nut below the tip cleaner,a frayed 1/8" piece of cable for de-webbing air tubes. I also have a small linoleum knife with the curved blade that is handy for scrapping out burnt cap gasket remains. Different sized bore brushes to clean gen. tubes, fuel fill openings and a 2 stone brake cylinder hone for cleaning up pump tubes, the usual 3 stone hones are too big for the pump tube.
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Cottage_hill_bill
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Reese
North West Florida

Reese’s Law of Thermodynamics:  At temperatures below incandescence hot metal looks exactly like cold metal.

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zoomkat
A small phillips head screw bit and a wrench to fit to get to the screw in the side of a burner assembly..
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offrink
From a milspec lantern thread, a 9/16 deep well socket to get the adapter and off the valve. Socket and extension goes over the valve to the packing  (no valve handle) then 1/2 inch open wrench for the adapter/where the generator but goes to. 
Ben
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #0035
Looking for B-Day dates of 6/80, 2/84, 3/11, and 12/13
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MikeKY
MartyJ wrote:
Tools needed to replace the gasket on a one piece cap
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I left out the crowbar.


Bandaids aren’t tools but they should be in that pic. 
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MikeSchumacher
A threaded pipe nipple and air fitting to "inflate" dented founts, at least brass ones. Unscrew the check valve and thread it in, apply 50 PSI.
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PetroMax


Stuga Cabana, the European lantern retailer listed the Knipex Pliers wrench in their catalog and I picked up one from Amazon. SC showed how useful it was in lantern repair and they weren't wrong.
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holliswood
My carburetor cleaning kit has come in handy. The rifle, shotgun, and handgun cleaning kits are a must have as well. 
Spending more $$ on GPA’s than my meds
snipesfred on Insta
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Sandman
I use one of those small 4 inch crescent wrenches quite often.......& i like those half  circle dental picks to pull on spring clip on pumps
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UncleFred
PetroMax wrote:


Stuga Cabana, the European lantern retailer listed the Knipex Pliers wrench in their catalog and I picked up one from Amazon. SC showed how useful it was in lantern repair and they weren't wrong.

What size did you buy and is that what you would recommend?
Everyone's Favorite Uncle
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Legs
Fount chisel...  ðŸ˜®

Let it burn....        
Don... Oregon
USA 236 Syndicate #003  Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0126  The Coleman Blue's 243's #097
Coleman Slant Saver 007  ICC #1438   NRA #147137741
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PetroMax
UncleFred wrote:

What size did you buy and is that what you would recommend?


Hey Fred

I bought the 7inch size.
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UncleFred
PetroMax wrote:


Hey Fred

I bought the 7inch size.

Thx
Everyone's Favorite Uncle
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Eel
I got many of them in one place for one pic... missing is the stuff in the second photo, and the 4" Record vise.  (No fount vise here.)  That's my great-grandfather's Starrett #6 thread gauge in photo 2.

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EEL Eclectic Lanterns, div.  Doofenshmirtz-EEL Incorporated.

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Ridge Runner
Eel: I like the blue cap that keeps your (Neatsfoot) oil from tipping over. Also, for some lanterns, I’ve needed a bit more of the fluid in the brown bottle...🍻
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Eel
Eel: I like the blue cap that keeps your (Neatsfoot) oil from tipping over. Also, for some lanterns, I’ve needed a bit more of the fluid in the brown bottle...🍻

The blue cap is a bench-saver!  Note both the branding and the very low fluid level of the brown bottle.

EEL Eclectic Lanterns, div.  Doofenshmirtz-EEL Incorporated.

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AussiePete
Coffee cup .... a big one 
Toowoomba Queensland Australia
Mil-SpecOps #1970
Coleman Slant Saver #51
ICCC Member #1826
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DougA
AussiePete wrote:
Coffee cup .... a big one 


+1  !!
DougA  ... fettler and keeper of a family collection of nickel: a 249, a pair of 237s, and a 1938 228B, along with a late 1979 red 200a.  Then two more turned up, a 1941 243A and a 1944 242C, and now there's a b-day 200A lantern, too!.
Coleman Blues Member #92.
BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #009.
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