Radius 42

Discussion in 'Radius No:42' started by mbechtel, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. mbechtel

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    After replacing a burned wick and the gasket on the fuel cap, this Radius 42 burned beautifully.

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  2. hikin_jim

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    Wow, it's in great condition. :thumbup:

    HJ
     
  3. DAVE GIBSON

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    very nice..looks like a 71 done up right-----
     
  4. shagratork

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    OMG!! - drool, drool!
     
  5. Murph

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    I got one of these off fleaBay, less burner plate, valve key and carrying case.

    The burner plate turns out to be same as a 8R/99, and I had a spare, so that was no prob, a new O-ring for a seal on the bottom fill, fired 'er up, and it's all good.

    There are two grooves lathe turned in the top of the jet, where the flats are--is this an indicator of a special application jet?

    Other question, where can I get a valve key/jet wrench for this little pup?

    Murph