I kind of fell off the grid when we moved to Kentucky 4 years ago , I had a heckuva time finding gas/oil stuff locally. We just moved to Texas and I'm really enjoying the abundance here. I picked up this pump a couple of days ago and fixing it up just a little. I saw that Gas Pump Heaven had some of the parts I need and was wondering if any of you use them. Also would like to know if the number wheels in the computer are porcelain or painted. They have some white paint on them and want to clean it off without making a mess of it. Also looking for a reasonably priced mobil regular or premium plate for it . Thanks. Good to be back!
Re: Wayne MS80 questions#787506Feb 10th a 02:22 PM
The numbers are metal. If they are embossed, I use a felt marker pen to redo the numbers. If they are flat, they make a tape of numbers that go over the top of the wheel. I start at zero and go both ways when i put them on. Richard
Since I have been restoring pumps for over thirty five years, I have used GPH and Ron Scobie for all my needed parts. I pay very little attention to reviews. I know these people to be honest and top notch. I trust them and always will. Paul www.severngaspumps.com
BTW, I have some square Mobil pump plates that should fit those holes? You mentioned that you were looking? Text me your cell number to 410 245-3210. I'll send back pics and prices of what I have. Regards, Paul www.severngaspumps.com
Gas Pump Heaven is a class act. The last time I was passing through Omaha Andy had some out of stock clockface panels cut and bent for me. He even helped to make sure they fit in our suv for the trip home. Ron Scoble helped provide parts for a visible, also. I enjoyed our visit. Adaylate