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Bowser c77 #712467
Mon Jul 02 2018 08:13 PM
Mon Jul 02 2018 08:13 PM
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Good day all, looking for any pictures of a dry nozzle for this pump. Thanks
Pictures attached.

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This is the nozzle holder.

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Re: Bowser c77 [Re: denismc] #712469
Mon Jul 02 2018 08:36 PM
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Here is an ad I have for sale.

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Re: Bowser c77 [Re: Jack Sim] #712498
Tue Jul 03 2018 11:27 AM
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Thanks Jack, as per my pictures, my pump has the nozzle holder on the other side. i am trying to find a picture with that setup. thanks
Incidently, in your second book , you show a picture of a 1922 Lancer pump, actually it looks more like a Lacer Hallet pump.

Re: Bowser c77 [Re: denismc] #712602
Thu Jul 05 2018 08:17 AM
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So are you looking for the correct nozzle by looking at a picture? Not exactly sure what you need here. I cant see the relevance of what side of the pump its on
in relation to a nozzle.


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Re: Bowser c77 [Re: minuteman] #712705
Sat Jul 07 2018 08:13 AM
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Thanks for answering minuteman. All the pictures of the Bowser C77 shows the nozzle holder on the left of the pump near the selector indicator. My pump has a different looking holder on the right side bolted to the sheet metal. From the pictures I have, it appears the left side nozzle would not work with my nozzle holder/bracket. i just purchased a 2 ear type nozzle, but it is too large for my holder. it would be nice to see the correct nozzle resting on the holder my pump has. Do you have a picture of your C77? Thanks.

Re: Bowser c77 [Re: denismc] #713092
Thu Jul 12 2018 05:14 PM
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Thanks all, i did find a nozzle that will work. May not be the original setup, but it’s a good fit. Denis


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