I just purchased a cast iron version of the Bowser Red Sentry (Cut 241). There are 2 parts missing that I would like to reproduce. The first missing part is a pointer on the bottom of the serrated bar/lift rod that raises when the pump handle is turned. The pointer has a 90 degree bend on the end of it and it points to a gallon total "stick" that mounts to the frame. I have only seen two cast iron Red Sentry pumps with the pointer intact and the gallon "stick". Maybe this was an option and not found on regular production Red Sentry.
Does anyone own a cast iron Cut 241 with one or both of these features. If so, could you posts close up photos of the gallon "stick" bracket where it attaches at top and bottom and a close up of the pointer and how it attaches to the lift rod. Attached are snippets of a cast iron 241 that I found on youtube. Joe
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Always involve ebay,the very first minute you begin communications. I've had a few sellers tell me please don't involve ebay,and they will compensate me. Only to watch time go by & nothing happens,so I then wish I did and have to go to resolution center.
Looks to be a real nice day here today, outside work will start today but they are calling for storms tomorrow. Really hope they are wrong.
Been out of pocket the last couple of days, but I'm back in the saddle agin. Loyd, I dislike ticks so much, they are the nastiest bugs on earth in my opinion. Our property is in the woods so you have to be very careful when walking around.
Have a great long weekend, be on tick alert and safe.
Thank you. I wonder if UL tags could have been a hit or miss deal, given so many unrestored early electrics seem to lack it. Not even holes for the standard UL tag in many original panels I`ve noticed.