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Erie 771
#650134 Tue Mar 15 2016 05:34 PM
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Does anyone reproduce the stainless piece that fits between the computer and the face plates?. Richard

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Re: Erie 771
gatorgaspumps #650145 Tue Mar 15 2016 07:19 PM
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If you mean the plate that has similar slots/holes for the numbers like the face plate, I don't think anyone reproduces them. Most I have seen are aluminum. The last one I restored was missing one of those and I just put the face plate on without it. It's not that noticeable unless you're aware there is supposed to be one. .....GB

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If you cut down some aluminum face plates from another pump and put them behind you Erie faces they will look similar to original filler plates.


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Matt thanks for the idea. I new I saved those old plates for a reason. Richard


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