Help with a Wayne 70

Posted by: john deere 6430

Help with a Wayne 70 - Fri Nov 03 2017 05:43 PM

Does anyone have any pictures of how the pump face trim is installed on a Wayne 70? Also what color are the pointers that are beside the numbers suppose to be? Mine look like they are copper. Thanks
Posted by: gasmansgp

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 07:46 AM

No pictures available here but, the trim pieces screw to the door back so when closed they highlight the faces. Number pointers were either red or white. Paul www.severngaspumps.com
Posted by: john deere 6430

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 08:42 AM

Do they actually hold the glass in place? Do you know which pieces of the trim go on the top and bottom of the glass frame? I know which pieces go on the sides but there is a piece shaped like an angle that either goes on the top or bottom but I am not sure where. Any helped would be appreciated. The PO had the pump really messed up. Thanks
Posted by: gasmansgp

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 12:36 PM

The trim pieces attach after the glass is in place. They have an angled piece for the bottom. If you put that piece at the top.....the light could not get to the faces to light them. Gas pumps were engineered to be very basic and logical. Usually by looking at the problem and adjusting parts, you will find a solution. The parts only fit one way in most cases. Paul www.severngaspumps.com
Posted by: Bass Master

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 12:49 PM

Here is a picture, as Paul said top is left open to shine light down. Hope it helps, Brian
Posted by: john deere 6430

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 02:29 PM

The description of where the pieces go and then the picture really helps. With this info and a few little pieces I am waiting for I can finish my pump. Thanks
Posted by: Jack Sim

Re: Help with a Wayne 70 - Sun Nov 05 2017 11:15 PM

Here are some pictures of the 70. You should look at them because Wayne made a few versions of the 70.

http://petrolianacollectibles.com/wayne%2070.htm
http://petrolianacollectibles.com/wayne%2070-2.htm

Jack Sim