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This pump was for sale local
It's gutted. If person wanted to put a face plate on it. What would it fasten to?
Also has a different part on top. Not what a normal globe would mount to. Anyone know what? Or have a pic of a finished pump with that on it?

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Surely that unusual plate simply covers the usual globe pass-through, once it is removed?

I agree I’ve never seen one like it, but reckon REMOVE it to see ‘what lies beneath…’!
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That is either a Wayne 80 or Martin & Swartz 80. There is a bracket that holds the calculator. Face plates bolt to the calculator.

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I will have to see if can get a pic of bottom side of the top
It does look like it's been there a really long time


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Yes you need 3 brackets that hold up a veeder root computer. The faceplates mount to the computer. The aforementioned brackets mount to the frame rails in the corner.

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How hard are the brackets to come up with. And how much do just the brackets alone usually run?
As it don't appear to have any on this pump

A different question...this is called a cyclops pump(correct???) Will a top that says mobilgas bolt on in place if the top it has now?


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Yes, this is a Cyclops. No, a Script Top will not, just bolt right up. The nozzle reset fits differently into the cyclops top. All others fit the main body. No way to do it, along with the fact that the manifold would need to be turned upside down to go into the faces. Paul www.severngaspumps.com


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