That's a beauty!:thumbup:
Yes, that's correct for the PL-52, but the fitting for the AL-15 is different.
It's made from sheet steel and anyone who can work metal could make one.
Hello Jean, when one of those is fitted to a Tilley PL-53, it becomes a PL-52 and the link below shows my example.
PL52, with a plated hood.
Hello Rolf, yes, it's all a learning curve and I noticed that you reside in Leeds, there are several of your fellow Yorkshire men who are members...
Perhaps you could solder the block to the rod.
A fine fettling project!:thumbup:
It's working well!:thumbup:
Photographs will help us to assist you.
This link shows Petromax paperwork, but the library is only open to subscribers....
A useful haul!:thumbup:
That's a first!:thumbup:
If a Petromax lantern/lamp is properly set up and maintained, then there will be no smoke from the paraffin/kerosene...
Hello Andy, perhaps you could post some photographs which show what you have gathered so far.
It's worth a try.
This website may be of interest.
My tiny Workshop
A fine white light!:thumbup::thumbup:
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