That's a 228F or someone switched your vent....
I'm afraid. I can't find anything about it.Think it'll run?
Well, the K1 kerosene lanterns that would be safer to burn indoors in my experience are not low maintenance and usually finicky.Any recs for a good reliable low maintenance (oil, or not sure what all is even out there) lantern that could be pulled out any time the power is out? Asking because power is currently out, and while all my Ryobi and Duracell lights are working fine it’s possible that one day they wouldn’t.
An Aladdin mantle style wick lantern puts out a LOT of light and is a classic design that you can incorporate into decorating to appease the Mrs.Well, the K1 kerosene lanterns that would be safer to burn indoors in my experience are not low maintenance and usually finicky.
For economics, easy 1-2 setup and quick lighting I grab a propane lantern. The ones where you screw the small 1lb bottle to the bottom turn the dial and viola, there's light! Not safe for indoor use though.
Right on!Picked up a pair of 220Fs and a 242C yesterday! Really stoked for the new single!
Well damn. The only good thing about this deal was a green 200a. Both the AGM founts are cracked. Couldn't see it before simple greening.Oh hell.. I was on marketplace, again. Ended up buying a guy's whole collection cause he didn't want to move it across the country. Awesome deal was made on the lot and I think a cpl pieces will pay for it all. I don't know where to put all this shiat!
Green 200A, AGM Speedikook single burner, AGM dbl mantle and a nice metal case was all I wanted but..price was right.View attachment 30731View attachment 30732View attachment 30735