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Rokbart
I have 3 old lanterns that are without the Q33 pump. Where could I possibly find one?
Derek Bartley
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Derek
Welcome to the forum. Our host currently has reproductions.
Alternatively post a WTB in the classifieds.

  https://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=1103&cat=&page=8
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Rokbart
Thankyou for the advice. I guess a repro will have to work for now. I really would love to get an original.
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SteveRetherford
there are always a few on ebay . i like the smaller diameter ones about 11 inches nickel plated for lanterns . like this

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Tigerfans2
And the shorter iron pump is ~ the same size as the internal pump on 220's so ...
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Rokbart
So tigersfan I'm a newbie, can I just take a 220 pump and make something work?
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JimL
I'm not Tigerfans2, but will respond anyway.  🙂

If you want a cheap but efficient pump to get you by until you find the original you want, see this thread.
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/in-need-of-a-lamp-pump-heres-a-really-quick-efficient-and-economical-diy-one-10596362?pid=1312031338

If you want to use a lantern pump, the one below I made from the pump in a 200A.   After making the one in the thread linked above, I wouldn't recommend going through the trouble.  You would have to go through something similar if using a 220 pump, and that includes cutting the pump out of the fount with something like a Dremel, removing the rough edges, removing the snorkel, soldering the hole in the side where the snorkel goes, punching out the internals of a Zerk fitting, and installing the Zerk at the end of the pump, and probably soldering it to seal it.
Home made pump.jpg 

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Rokbart
Thankyou for the response, I will get the tire pump, attempt the 200 mod pump and keep searching for an original.
Derek Bartley
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Tigerfans2
My point was though the lantern pump pictured in Steve's post would be ideal, if you walk into an antique store and find an iron pump you'll be ok too. The iron pump puts out about the same volume as the internal pump on most coleman lanterns.  Click image for larger version - Name: Pump-2.jpg, Views: 20, Size: 172.72 KB
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