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lawoodencrafter
s-l1600 (1).jpg  s-l1600 (4).jpg it has the number144 on the top handle piece what is the model and what pump cup to use in it thanks 
(Grumpy) david willis
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Gasman64
Not really sure on the model, David, although I don't much think it matters (unless you really must know.) The pump cup may have to be made from a bit of scrap leather, as I don't think they are the same size as standard Coleman pump cups.  If the original can't be revived with oil, you can remove it, spread it flat, and use it as a guide to making a new cup.
Also, be very sure to see that the no-return valve at the bottom of the pump has the pip replaced, as otherwise, the pump tube can fill with fuel, and then as you pump the gas will be forced out of the top of the pump, creating a really bad situation.
Here's a great website for anyone wanting to work with old blow torches:
https://www.blotorches.com/

I have several of these old blow torches myself, and although they can be fun, they can definitely pose a greater hazard than the average Coleman lantern or stove.
Steve
ICCC #1012
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lawoodencrafter
been doing research on it its a model 144 clayton and lambert i been looking at lots of models  looks like pump came from a model 800  as the top that holds the pump on is knurled very narrow at  the top  where most 144s i looked at at has a wider knurl not sure but thats what i see  i think a kitelamp i think 17.5 mm x 5 mm pump cup will work 
(Grumpy) david willis
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