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#156666 - Wed Oct 21 2009 03:56 PM Re: Tokheim 34 skins [Re: Dick Bennett]
st.rod Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 15 2002
Loc: Edgewater, Colorful Colorado
Hey, Thanks for posting that Dick! I have wanted to measure someones pump for a future pattern and never had the chance. I saved the image to 'my documents'. wink

Larry
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#156675 - Wed Oct 21 2009 04:26 PM Re: Tokheim 34 skins [Re: st.rod]
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
No problem.
I meas. it last year for a friend that cut the design from 2 pcs of 16 gauge & spot welded them to repo skins.

BTW, original clips & pins were made of steel, not brass.

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#156717 - Wed Oct 21 2009 08:41 PM Re: Tokheim 34 skins [Re: Dick Bennett]
oldgoaly Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Jul 26 2009
Loc: So. Illinois
If the side is flat, take Dick's pattern, cutout proper thickness of sheet metal. Using cutout sheet and the cutout part, and sandwich the pump side. Using either sheet metal roll, english wheel or a press can apply pressure to the sandwich and that will give you the embossed side no welding. use the pattern for many more sides. tt

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#156737 - Thu Oct 22 2009 03:50 AM Re: Tokheim 34 skins [Re: oldgoaly]
LC 336 Offline
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Registered: Mon Sep 21 2009
Loc: COLORADO
Thanks for the diemensions, I can cut that out on the flat bed plasma cutter. I will try Joe's idea and see how it turns out, it should work perfect. I will even try and find some one local to press them like TT sugested and see which way looks best. All of these are great ideas. Thank You for the advice.
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#156774 - Thu Oct 22 2009 12:37 PM Re: Tokheim 34 skins [Re: LC 336]
oldgoaly Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Jul 26 2009
Loc: So. Illinois
a common 20 ton shop/bearing press should work. tt

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