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#13434 - Sun Oct 30 2005 05:24 PM Lubester Restoration
Thunder Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Oct 13 2004
Loc: Colorado
A couple of questions for a lubester restoration.

First of all. In order to repaint the pump assembly, I would like to take it apart for rust & paint removal, are there any suprises inside? Any springs or any parts that may fall out causing the pump not to work?

Secondly, does anybody have a drainback tube available? As there is no tag or ID plate, I have no idea what kind of unit this is.

Anything Chevron?

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#13435 - Sun Oct 30 2005 06:54 PM Re: Lubester Restoration
Dick Bennett Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
No surprises, just a ball bearing @ bottom of cylinder.
Looks like a common BENNETT.

[This message has been edited by Dick Bennett (edited 10-30-2005).]
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#13436 - Sun Oct 30 2005 11:36 PM Re: Lubester Restoration
tall49guy Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Aug 24 2005
Loc: Reseda CA USA
Looks like a Bennett. I have two just like the one in the picture.
Dave Folck


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