Thanks guys. I have most of the parts I need.
I believe the screw on the top sheet metal next to the globe holder is not original, and someone added it at sometime. If it were mine I'd just weld it up.
The reset crank does hang over the door. The door on the side is there to see the totalizer for the old veeder roots that had the totalizers on the side.
Thanks Mike. I tend to disagree with you. The screw on the top does look original. There is one on each side of the pump in the same relative locations and have the really low-profile heads in them. Just not sure what the intended purpose of them would be. I am seriously considering welding them up.
As for the access door. Mine is for access to the electrical switch just inside the door. The computer must have been swapped out at some point as it has the totalizers under one of the face plates.
Yes, there is a large gap between the sight glass nuts and the top sheet metal. You will have to remove the sight glass nuts to remove the top skin. You have to have the special tool to remove them. They are made of cheap pot metal, don't be surprised if they split, break or the threads rip out when you remove them. They are reproduced by GPH if this happens.
I am aware that I have to remove the sight glasses to remove the top. Thanks I was wondering if all 60s had the large body gap. And yes, I have the removal tool as well. Are you absolutely sure that the nuts are pot metal? They really look like aluminum. I am planning on using heat to get them loose. One nut is already damaged.
I really would like to know if anyone has already used heat to remove them. And, I could really use a picture of the small removable panel next to the nozzle hook. Is it just a flat blank panel with a mounting hole in it? Thanks.