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Ohiohunter83
I have an unmarked date 200a with a steel fount and the low vent. I have a replacement globe on it and the globe seems to have lots of up and down play  like roughly 1/2".  The globe is a made in China for Coleman globe. My question is whether the problem is the globe or rather the vent is the wrong one meaning it should have the high vent thus creating the excessive play. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 
Drew
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Ohiohunter83
I have a 11-62  200a with the high vent and globe is much tighter fit. Could the vents have gotten switched possibly creating the problem?
Drew
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Gasman64
It's fine, Andrew; there has to be some room for expansion.
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Ohiohunter83
I can actually pick it up enough and rest the bottom of the globe on the lip of the frame. 
Drew
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Gand28
Undated 200A...is it a Canadian fount?
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Ohiohunter83
I can make out a bold 5 on the bottom but no year. I will get some pics tomorrow. 
Drew
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Gand28
So it’s not unmarked/undated. 

Like others have said, there is a lot of play between the globe and vent/frame. The MIC globes have a lot of variation as well. I suspect nothing other than that but pics are helpful. 
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Dmacp
too much play?
that's fine unless you are shipping it.
Dan
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Majicwrench
This was one of my first questions to this board. And yes,they often have a lot of play. The globe will stay put, no worries.

Pictures always good.
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25 502s
All of mine can lift enough to set it on the bottom of the frame. Originals and replacements. 
Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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Ohiohunter83
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Drew
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25 502s
Looks normal to me. 
Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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salukispeed
I never understood why, but my 200A is the same. Just seems unnecessary and prone to shock s when transporting. . I wrap it in a towel to try to protect it
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Ohiohunter83
My 62 200a fits a lot better ,more like in my opinion the way it should be. Maybe the high vents just fit better. Idk
Drew
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Take a pict of the globe logo please and post.
This is simple...My 200A Globe is 1979-1983 "MADE IN U.S.A." over Coleman parallelogram with "USED ON" below the parallelogram, no "PYREX" globe is  4 3/16" height x 3 1/2" wide opening.

The vent C bracket where the vent screws down onto is the height of the vent to the frame assembly. I think your problem is your aftermarket globe. 
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