200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Slughammer
5-6 stoves, and no lantern. Always used a headlight or led lantern. Have one son that is an Eagle and another that will just start the journey shortly.
Looking for a single mantle, but in SE PA all I find are 220's and an occasional 288. Thinking about a 286 or 200 or 335, can't decide or find a decent price. 
What lantern fits this space I have in the milk crate? 11long x 7 wide x 10 tall? Thinking about standing it up and taking a can of fuel, trying to ok stay organized.(no truck, just a car trunk).
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Leviticus Tomethreus
If your also bringing a tank of gas too, I would probably go with a 242, 200a or a big 500cp like the 236, 237 single mantles.
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Gunhippie
7" wide is your limitation. No big-hats for you.

A 200A will fit nicely. Make some kind of padded wrap for it if you like paint and intact mantles. If you keep the lantern from rattling around and upright, the mantles will last for years.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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outlawmws
200A or a 242.  
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Slughammer
Looking at a 200A priced at $50. (Thinking this is too much based on condition). 1/2 hour away.  20200911_201908.jpg 
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Leviticus Tomethreus
Yep. Definitely pass. My brother got a 242 for 5 bucks at a yard sale next door.
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rob_pontius
I agree, pass. You live either in or near Amish country. Hit some of the Amish yard sales and see what you find. I live in Amish country in northern Indiana, and I've passed on nicer ones for less than $10.00.
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outlawmws
Actually the Parts safe is probably worth that based on Eprey prices...
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Gavercronos
Put an ad up on our classified section. Someone will come up with a good one at a great price. Maybe even someone in your area. My own recommendation would be a 335. Robust, bright, and uses the 288 size globe that brick-and-mortar stores actually have in stock if something happens while you're on a trip.
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Leviticus Tomethreus
Wait, can’t you pack a single in that cooking set. Then, you could throw a 200a, big hat, and can of fuel in there.
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10/25, and 8/07

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Slughammer
Wait, can’t you pack a single in that cooking set. Then, you could throw a 200a, big hat, and can of fuel in there.

There's a 502 or a 533 riding in that cookset.
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MartyJ
A 200 in the hand is worth more then one in the classified.  If that one is sound, the good thing about a beater is it will ride in your crate without much worry.  I pretty one will just get beat up.  I think they likely look at the internet in Pennsylvania so don’t expect a bargain without a widow sale.  The parts bin my hold another $10-15 worth of spares. A Chinese globe would cost that as would a new generator.  It has a three piece cap and a likely a leather pump so good to go.  
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outlawmws
The globe looks like black(ish?) lettering at that angle?

William, how tall/wide is the 335?  he's limited for space in the box.
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Leviticus Tomethreus
Hmmm, do you need three burners. You could pack two singles and have more room. However, when my brother and I went camping, we brought 4 220s, a 242, and a large cookset, and a gallon of cf in two milkcrates, then had a 425 next to them. I don’t know how many people you’re camping with, but since we only had two, he put down one of the backseats and ran the fishing poles through. He has a 2014-ish Kia sedan.
My friends don’t call me “Lantern/lampie Levi”
for nothin’,if they did call me that.

Looking for bday lanterns 8/38, 8/41, 
10/25, and 8/07

The biggest lie I tell myself is
”I don’t need to write that down, I’ll remember it.”
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Slughammer
Hmmm, do you need three burners. You could pack two singles and have more room. However, when my brother and I went camping, we brought 4 220s, a 242, and a large cookset, and a gallon of cf in two milkcrates, then had a 425 next to them. I don’t know how many people you’re camping with, but since we only had two, he put down one of the backseats and ran the fishing poles through. He has a 2014-ish Kia sedan.

The windscreen and stability of the 425 just makes it superior to a pair of single burners. A 502 would go along for cooking (simmering and coolness) or a 533 for making coffee in 3min 10secomds.
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Slughammer
Zulu Kono wrote:
$50 isn't bad for a 200A these days, especially
one with a globe and parts caddy included.
That one looks like it would clean up nicely.
I'd at least make an offer on it.

Dirt-cheap yard sale finds are great
if you come across one, but I never have.

Concerning your crate setup,
I'd be inclined to bag the single-burner,
and have room for a gallon of fuel in there.


I think if I stand up the lantern i can fit a can of fuel in the milk crate without taking out the coffee stove.

I only hit yard sales if I'm out on my bike, so not many and usually just curb junk. Thinking about an offer of $30 on that lantern. The cap is hurt,, but the fount looks good.. At least I don't have to worry about scratching it.
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Lhoffm4coleman
I’m thinking if that single burner/case fits, any lantern case will fit.  I have both red and green 220 cases that are 6 1/2” square.  My 226 case is 5 1/2” square.  With one can of cf, you should still have room for a 220 class lantern in one of the plastic cases.  I do like the milk crate organizer idea.  I may borrow that idea...
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Gavercronos
The 335 is exactly the same size as a 288 or 286. Barely bigger in the vent than a 200 and similar size fount. It'll stand next to that 502 case and have room for a fuel can too.
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