200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
curlyjoe_99
While waiting for a paint job on a M1950 to bake, I went hunting and found the following diagrams of the Valve and the F/A tube and how they work. they came out of an Old Technical manual (TM) from back in the 40's. the Manual is: TM 8-615 "Gasoline Stove and Burners" if it wasn't 20mb in size I'd upload the pdf.

well here are the two main pictures and hope they help folks. At least they may help Kyle not have to keep drawing them for folks .  [smile]
Valve Diagram.jpg 
FA-Tube Diagram.jpg 
Robert (AKA Curly)-- Heart-of-Texas! "Keep 'Em Working"  
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Tigerfans2
thank you!
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Deanofid
Really good, Robert.
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Slowcan
That is the problem exactly with the 335s. The air is going through but the fuel is restricted.

Thank you for the link to the diagram.  It's amazes me how we have been able to create such things.  Even this simple invention has some intricate details that are very precise.

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Chucker
Thanks Robert. That speaks volume's to one who has never figured out the F/A system.
Chuck
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Gasman64
Thank you for the diagrams, Robert.
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JimL
Great diagrams, thanks.  I found these cut-aways to be a major help also.
http://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/220228f-cutaways-6341220?highlight=cut+ways&pid=1278000103


-Jim

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curlyjoe_99
JimL wrote:
Great diagrams, thanks.  I found these cut-aways to be a major help also.
http://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/220228f-cutaways-6341220?highlight=cut+ways&pid=1278000103



Yeah those cut aways are awesome

and thanks for compliments, but I really just stumbled across these and wanted to share where they could be looked up in the archives

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MILSPEC_OPS & 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #9999

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JimDouglasJr
Those will be infinitely helpful to pass on to newbies!  [smile]
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Hawkeye
Thank you CurlyJoe and JimL for the diagrams and cutaways.  This sort of this is extremely helpful to a novice like myself.  I now have a much better understanding of what is going on in there. 

. . .and they look cool too. [Yeah]

Hawkeye
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Rhubarb
Bumpity bump.
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Uncleduddley
A really good picture is worth at least two thousand words!
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nfadude
Nice cutaways [smile]
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JimL
nfadude,

You really did an incredible job with this.  I just looked at my post pointing it out and realize I failed to give you credit.  I try to do that whenever I post the link to your work.  Anyway, thank you for taking the time to do this detailed cut-away.  It is very educational.

-Jim

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