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Trout
This is an 11/63 Sears with a screw on knob that looks like it was borrowed from an old stove.  I don't see any Sears models in 'the book' with this knob type but then 1963 was the first year this model was made.  Has anyone else seen this knob type on this model?
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25 502s
Interesting. I’ve never seen or heard about one like that. 
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MotorcycleDan
That looks like someone switched out the fuel valve from a 242. That Sears should have a normal black knob like a E or F model. It will have a star disk plate and the knob and plate will be held on with a screw. 
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25 502s
I think it’s like Mike said, from a stove or something. A 242 wouldn’t screw on like that did. 
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Trout
I have the same model (476.74070) in black and blue but it's 4 years later, 6/67.  This is the knob that came on it and what is shown in 'the book' for this year.

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25 502s wrote:
I think it’s like Mike said, from a stove or something. A 242 wouldn’t screw on like that did. 


Ok, I could not see the screw last night when I was looking on my laptop. 

Here is what should be on the red sears. The knob changed to what you are showing when they went to the blue color.

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My Name Is Earl
Some one was offering those as reproduction a while back.  I used a nickel for the correct radius and scribed the back of a normal disk. Filled in with a black Sharpie. Only upon close inspection can it be noticed.
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74HARLEY
Looks like a stove wheel to me, I have used them on some of my Franks.
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yes thats a stove wheel .
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25 502s
 I do have a real early blue single that has the knob and disk like the red one. Maybe Coleman was using up the last of the red style knobs. A few others have said they have seen one or two like this but I am definitely not positive if it left the factory that way. 
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ShootinAce
Could also be the same knob used on 237B's (1943-1944). Don't toss it, it's still valuable. Click image for larger version - Name: 20200703_193637.jpg, Views: 14, Size: 116.15 KB

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25 502s
There were some painted D’s that used that knob too.  1EFE309B-9A8E-4245-ABDB-5B5296396000.jpeg  A5B1DEEB-44F7-488F-91D9-1D336D75AB53.jpeg 
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