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Pump identification help please.
#758436 Tue Dec 15 2020 08:10 PM
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I’m new to the site after years of lurking and dreaming of the day I would get a pump. Today was the day, to my surprise my wife bought me a pump for my birthday. If searched every image there was and I’m at a loss, I would like to get a couple missing parts like the hose, handle and crank.
I’m truly great-full for any help, thank mike

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Re: Pump identification help please.
Kastlrock #758506 Thu Dec 17 2020 06:18 PM
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Good Evening,
I am going to take a stab at this one at say your pump could be a Fleckenstein. The top is the only thing throwing me off because mine never had light bulbs built in like yours does. Anyway, welcome to the group and be sure to reward your wife because she picked an awesome pump for being your first one! Merry Christmas!

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Kastlrock #758515 Thu Dec 17 2020 07:26 PM
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I have several brass nozzles that will work for this pump.


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Kastlrock #758521 Fri Dec 18 2020 12:29 AM
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Fleckenstein is my guess as well. Only other thing that occurs to me is maybe a Godshak but that top doesn’t look right for that either. Definitely a weird one.

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Kastlrock #758545 Fri Dec 18 2020 04:28 PM
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I was thinking a Fleckenstein as well but I could find more the 2 old photos of them, the 1 photo I did find had a similar shaped top but not a light on it. The people she got it from had it for a couple decades, they were sure it was made in Michigan and in 1929.


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