200A and 202 reproduction
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in stock.

Tgarner01
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I posted this a couple months ago and never come up with anything that it could've come from originally. Emailed it to Terry Marsh and he confirmed it was not Coleman... Just curious if someone may have another on something else... Other manufacture lantern, stove, or blow torch maybe? 

By the way this one is on an L228. Thanks for any help.
Toby Garner
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Sam McCord
I'm just guessing Toby but it reminds me of some pumps I've seen on some of the old brass blow torches. Odd that it fits right on your lantern, I'd say run with it, or rather pump with it.
Doug

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Tgarner01
I'm betting you're right Doug. Lots of blow torch manufactures to look through, but maybe I'll spot it someday. I'll leave it as is but I guess the curiosity is getting to the cat so to speak ðŸ˜
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SCGypsy
I have a 1946 220B lantern that has the same pump. The bottom says made in Wichita Kansas
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Tgarner01
Welcome to the forum Daniel, from SW Missouri. I'd really like to see a picture of your lantern pump if you have the ability.... So much for me being unique ðŸ˜
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SCGypsy

Thanks for the welcome Toby, I am from Cottageville, SC. Born and raised in Hannibal, Mo.

I tried to upload a picture of the bottom of the lantern, but it was to big. Any suggestions?

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Tgarner01
Are you using a PC, Android, or I phone?
Toby Garner
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SCGypsy
I am on my PC.
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Tgarner01
I'm no expert on the PC anymore but you might try this. They must be 320kb or smaller

http://www.resize-photos.com/
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SCGypsy
I just got started on with the coleman pressurized fuel stuff this past weekend. There are a couple of guys in my hammock hanging club that bring their lanterns to the hangs, They have been telling for the last couple of years "that one begets more".
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I will give it a try. I do not have a picture of the pump at this time. I will get a picture later today and try to post again.
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Tgarner01
Thanks Daniel, anytime no biggie. I'm a hammock camper myself. I never really enjoyed camping until I got off the ground. Also your friends are correct about these GPAs multiplying... It's a sickness ðŸ˜‚
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SCGypsy wrote:
I will give it a try. I do not have a picture of the pump at this time. I will get a picture later today and try to post again.


@SCGypsy, with your PC just save your pic, right click on it from your pictures to 'edit', reduce size to maybe 25%, save again, then go through the normal posting of attachment here on the forum. If it still won't upload reduce by another 10% until it does upload. 

Welcome to the forum Daniel!
Chuck
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SCGypsy
Toby,
Here are some picks of my project. it looks like the valve body was soldered or epoxied in at an earlier time. I am debating on repainting the font or strip and polish.

Chuck thanks for the welcome and pointers on uploading pics.

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Lookin' good! 

I would definitely take care of the rust issues and repaint those parts. Matching the paint won't be easy unless you take it to a paint store or auto parts store to get a computer match. If it will just be a runner - who cares if the paint doesn't match perfectly? Yes, full paint job would take care of matching colors. 

Polishing the fount can work but the rust on the bottom is an issue first. 
Chuck
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Tgarner01
Nice 220 Daniel, is that a 220C? Looks like it says 46 on the bottom? Your pump is the typical Coleman pump like most have. If you look at my picture it has a hex on the cap.. Have not been able to find another like it.
Toby Garner
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SCGypsy
Toby, I was thinking I have a "B" because the left side of the bottom appears to say B when looking at it. In the picture it looks to be a blocky "3" maybe a cocked stamp?

Whatever it is "B" or "C" it is fun working at cleaning it up. I wish the valve body was not secured in however it was done. The body can easily flow liguid from the ports to the font and back out. So i will just be careful with it when polishing or painting.
  
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SC: That's definitely a C. The Bs had a very different valve. It looks to me like someone just got carried away with the thread sealer on the valve bung.

The OP's pump screws into the fount. Yours screws onto it.
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Tgarner01
Check your collar to the left of the valve wheel and see if it is stamped lightly. They can be hard to read if dirty. If you are getting fuel up through the F/A tube then it's not necessary to remove it, although I always do just so I know. I agree with Timm that it looks like factory thread sealer on yours. They can be tough to remove and be very careful as your fount looks to be brass and will easily bend.
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SCGypsy
Thanks Gunhippie and Toby, I think I will spray carb cleaner through the valve seat and outlet. I would much rather have possibly dimmer output (not that I would know) than a messed up font or valve. I can always go deeper on another project. I have had a great learning experience so far. Trashing the project at this point would be unforgivable.

I did not even notice the OPs pump was threaded into the font and mine was threaded on. I'am a real newbee, guess I gotta start somewhere. Havin fun and luvin it.

I am loving this forum, so much good information! 
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Tgarner01
I believe there has been some misunderstanding, or my explanation was off. My fount is the same as any early Coleman with male threads protruding from the fount (thread on, not in) But the difference is in the cap itself being like nothing else I've ever seen.
Toby Garner
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SCGypsy
The misunderstanding would be solely on my part. This is the first time I have been intimate with a Coleman Lantern of any vintage. I am sorry about high-jacking your thread. I had thought that mine was oddball because it was not held with a spring clip. I have learned that mine is a C and not B, so all is well. Further post on this I will make by pm.

Thank you for being patient and helping me learn.

Daniel
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Tgarner01
That's what the forum is for ðŸ˜
Look forward to your lightup! Those C's are great.
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@Gunhippie[QUOTE username=Gunhippie userid=4432969 postid=1312831600]SC: That's definitely a C. The Bs had a very different valve. It looks to me like someone just got carried away with the thread sealer on the valve bung.
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Operating instructions included with new in box 220B lanterns dated 5/43 list the new 220C valve, 

Operating instructions included with the newly announced in box 220BX designated by Sheldon Coleman for farmers and essential users dated 10/43 also list the new 220C valve. 

Operating instructions included new in box with the model designated 220B dated 9/44 continue with the 220 C valve. 

Larry

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Tgarner01
Thanks Larry, I forgot my 11/43 B has the newer valve assembly as well. 
Toby Garner
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Gunhippie
OK, Larry, the BX had the nipple valve without the little screw in it. C had the winged valve.
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