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Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #741933
Thu Jan 09 2020 01:13 AM
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Weird thing Beltman always picks up an arcade machine from me not a gas pump! They always call my pumps arcade machines! I love pinball too! Pinball machines are real arcade not pumps lol!! Has anyone else experienced this ?

Rob

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Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #741936
Thu Jan 09 2020 07:42 AM
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Beltman uses GAMEROOM terms to lower the rate on shipping. I think it is a Federal Trucking Industry rate guide that they are working with? Only a guess but they are reasonable. I certainly can not pick up, blanket wrap, insure and deliver for what they charge......the rate is better on more than one item, on the order, too. Paul www.severngaspumps.com

Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #741943
Thu Jan 09 2020 09:44 AM
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Thanks for explaining this Paul.

Rob

Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #742059
Sun Jan 12 2020 05:33 AM
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As you notice it is 5 am as I type this. Recently I have been in and out of the VA hospital, too many thing going wrong, I am now almost 85, and the problem is which thing I need to do first. I have a garage filled with petroliana, that I need to get rid of, and my wife knows nothng about what anything is worth. I like this subject but each request requires going through a great deal of literature I have to find the answers. Since both my son and my daughter passed away this past summer, I have no one left to help me do things I need to do around the house. An example, it has taken me over a week to clean the bathroom mainly because I waiting for the VA to schedule me for a knee replacement. Still having fun, just moving a little slower.

When I purchased the 41 files of gas pump/servce literature, my goal was to sell this or copies of this, but with everyone expecting to find all this info on the web, it has turned out not to have been a good idea. I believe I have a person who is interested in purchasing everything I have, so in the while we work this out (I don't think he will be doing what I just think, he wants the collection for his own use) if you feel you would like to make a contribution to Old Gas for the information I supply and what many others supply, please support Jim Pots. As Jim's Old Gas expand\s should be able to click on the above and get a response.

Will be fiefurshing the bathroom Sunday, I will look up all the above requests.

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Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #742066
Sun Jan 12 2020 10:16 AM
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Jack,
I am sorry you have been going through a rough time with medical and life. You have always been helpful to all of us here on Oldgas. Please don’t worry about the above requests you answered my main question then all of us got carried away. You have helped me out very much.

Thanks,
Rob

Re: Help with estimated weight of pumps [Re: Gas Pump Rob] #742071
Sun Jan 12 2020 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Gas Pump Rob
Jack,
I am sorry you have been going through a rough time with medical and life. You have always been helpful to all of us here on Oldgas. Please don’t worry about the above requests you answered my main question then all of us got carried away. You have helped me out very much.

Thanks,
Rob


I agree. Don’t worry about our weight requests. First and foremost, take care of yourself.

-Steve


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