200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

warren

Ok, lets see how many people still need an HGP stem.  The last batch was $22 + shipping because so many donated the 200A stems needed and I only had to buy/trade for a few.   So just in case I have to buy more stems this time, lets assume $25-$28 price range (Just in case, but I hope to be around $22 again.)

So please post if you would like to get on the waiting list and I will move your name to this post.  I already have:

(13 total so far)


Country Boy - 1
LakeGeorge - 1
HikerDuane - 1
Warren - 1
Gand28 - 2
Legs - 1  (Because I can't count, LOL)
Smokster - 1
Mongoose - 3
Offrink (Ben) 2



If you can donate or sell some 200A valve stems, please also post and I will update the list here.  Once we have enough, I will get shipping info.  Hold them until we reach at least 15.  If you don't think you can donate (I understand completely), please PM me with how many you have and what you would need for them.   (To save $, I'll again have these shipped directly to Dean once we are ready.)

(11 total so far)

Donations:
Coolfireguy - 1
Ed66Horan - 1
Gand28 - 4
Rfieldbuilds - 2 (?)
Mongoose - 2
CountryBoy -1 


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smokster
Hi Warren,

I picked up a 457G last weekend.
It does not need any parts at this time, but please add me to the waiting list for one.

Cheers
Loren
Slant Saver #39 
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate # 0209 
Bernz-O-matic Appreciation Club #030
Mil-Spec Ops #1911
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #34

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Mongoose
Warren,
Count me in for 3 stems as a insurance policy for the future, and to support the project. 

I will donate 2 stems that I can remove from 2 complete valves that I have on hand. 
One is from a 200A B-Day lantern (5-66), but it ended up with a hole on the tank during the restoration.

Does anyone have a source for the correct valve wheel?
OEM or reproduction that maintains the 1/4 turn stop.

Once the stem is broken off it is likely separated (lost) from the rest of the valve by the time anyone acquires it.

Dan

ICCC 1380
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Rfieldbuilds
Im in and good for a couple stems at least too. Not sure how many I have available but will support the project. May take me a week or two to get them out of hiding.
Warren, please PM me when ya need em sent to Dean. Actually, maybe a week or two ahead of time.

Cheers
Randy
Randy
QL #15, Slant Saver #59, #0269 Turd Hurdler, #0269 Mil Spec Syndicate, Coleman Blues 243 #0269, BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #072, and a few others too.
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Country Boy
I have 1 stem i can send to Dean i just need to know when & an address.
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SloMetalDoc
I've made knobs.  Original Front Right - Copies Top Left / Top Right.  This is a resin printer - not filament, so the plastic is much harder, and since its UV Cured, shouldn't soften with heat.  It is a bit more brittle, but probably more robust than an old knob.

I literally just took apart my HGP tonight, so I guess I am interested as well! What needs to be modified to make them work?

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SloMetalDoc
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warren
SlotMetalDoc that is great!

For these stems to work, all you have to do is putting new packing or remove from your stem and use.  No other modifications to the HGP.

We need some more 200A valve stems if anyone has them.    There are 2 on eBAY, but expensive with shipping and would jack up the cost.

Anyone that sees really junky 200A at flea markets etc, if you can grab them for $3 or so, do it as we need the stems.  I'd pay the $3 and shipping in a padded envelope.

Also anyone think if we could cut the old HGP stem off an inch below the splines, could we cut a 220/228 stem the same length and braze to the HGP stem and would it hold?   We have lots of broken HGP stems and 220/228 or stove stems are a dime a dozen.  (Anyone that brazes up the challenge?  I've got a couple here I could send for a test.)

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SloMetalDoc
So so it’s just a 200 stem?  I’ve been using grafoil packing tape for all my recent rebuilds - bought a 1”wide x 100’ roll off flea-bay so I’m set for life i reckon!

I braze, and yes it could be done with a collar ring brazed around the outside. I just finished tumbling by HGP parts, lemme get some coffee in me and measure the shaft diameter. With any luck it’s a standard tube size. 

warren wrote:
SlotMetalDoc that is great!

For these stems to work, all you have to do is putting new packing or remove from your stem and use.  No other modifications to the HGP.

We need some more 200A valve stems if anyone has them.    There are 2 on eBAY, but expensive with shipping and would jack up the cost.

Anyone that sees really junky 200A at flea markets etc, if you can grab them for $3 or so, do it as we need the stems.  I'd pay the $3 and shipping in a padded envelope.

Also anyone think if we could cut the old HGP stem off an inch below the splines, could we cut a 220/228 stem the same length and braze to the HGP stem and would it hold?   We have lots of broken HGP stems and 220/228 or stove stems are a dime a dozen.  (Anyone that brazes up the challenge?  I've got a couple here I could send for a test.)
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warren
Yes, he (DeanofID) takes the 200A stem and makes it work in an HGP by adding the long "mettering" stem and a few other "adjustments".  220/228/Stove stems will not work for this project, but I'm thinking they may work for a braze to the old HGP stem project.

Warren

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Gatlinburg, TN

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SloMetalDoc
Of course, i could have just looked at my HGP step that’s 20’ from me and figured this out.

Lol.

Whose got got a broken HGP stem and a sacrificial 220stem handy? 

warren wrote:
Yes, he (DeanofID) takes the 200A stem and makes it work in an HGP by adding the long "mettering" stem and a few other "adjustments".  220/228/Stove stems will not work for this project, but I'm thinking they may work for a braze to the old HGP stem project.

Warren
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SloMetalDoc
If these knobs print successfully, I could also change the spline pattern, then use a new knob, and retrofit braze-on adapter...

SloMetalDoc wrote:
Of course, i could have just looked at my HGP step that’s 20’ from me and figured this out.

Lol.

Whose got got a broken HGP stem and a sacrificial 220stem handy? 

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warren
Anyone going to the convention that is donating (or selling) 200A valve stems, please bring them.   That will save you the shipping costs.

I have one to bring that was donated by CoolFireGuy at Hartford.

SloMetalDoc, do you still need an HGP stem and 220 stem to experiment?

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Gatlinburg, TN

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SloMetalDoc
Warren, Thanks for the reminder, but I think I'll pass on this round.  Too many other things going on!
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offrink
I’m not sure how I missed this before. Can you mark me down for two Warren?
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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warren
offrink wrote:
I’m not sure how I missed this before. Can you mark me down for two Warren?


Got you on the list Ben.

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Gatlinburg, TN

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warren
Bumping this to the top.  I only have seven.  When I have time I'll go through and see who donated stems.  Probably after Christmas.

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Gatlinburg, TN

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scl
i will take 2 as i have 2 457gs and want spares for them, no rush, i can wait way after christmas and new years.
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