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Fry mae west visible pump
#544566 Wed Jun 25 2014 04:27 PM
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I just bought a 10 gallon Fry Mae west pump, I was told by the seller that the 5 gallons are more valuable, are the 10 gallon ones still quite valuable, why are the 5 gallons worth more?

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Re: Fry mae west visible pump
56chiefstar #544864 Thu Jun 26 2014 10:12 PM
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Demand vs. Supply. Things in short supply command higher purchase prices. My simplistic understanding is they didn't make as many of them. Fry 10-gal pumps seem to be pretty common in the "for sale" ads (ie, Ebay, Craigslist, newspapers). You don't see near as many Fry 5-gal pumps for sale. Greg


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