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Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag #163806
Tue Dec 08 2009 05:01 AM
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I have never seen a tag that says "cut 77"???? What is that for all you visible pro's. Thanks


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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: SOUTHFLORIDAGAS] #163809
Tue Dec 08 2009 05:21 AM
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Cut = Model

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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: Ryan Underthun] #163812
Tue Dec 08 2009 05:46 AM
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Okay so it's just a regular 177 or is their a 77 model somewhere I can't find? I know rookie question but I am not a visible guy. Thanks Ryan. No DMB 150 parts in that pile you bought??


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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: SOUTHFLORIDAGAS] #163819
Tue Dec 08 2009 07:10 AM
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Cut ## were sometime used to label what patterns or dies they were cut from, example "cut77" maybe an updated from "cut75", little things like a 3/4 hole instead of a 1/2 hole for electric, or 5 hold down screws instead of 4. Varies from company to company. tt

Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: oldgoaly] #163821
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Sorry, no 150 parts that I could see.


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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: Ryan Underthun] #163850
Tue Dec 08 2009 12:37 PM
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I have always joked that most guys treat me Gas Pump book like a Playboy. They skip the front, and go directly to the pictures.

On page 6, I explain "The model number. Some companies used Model, Model No., Cut, or Fig. Because this can be confusing only the number is used here in the book."

As for the word "Cut" it appears to have been used by the older pump companies, G&B, Wayne & Bowser. Tokheim's first pumps were called "Outfits."

I believe the word came from the original drawing called a cut.

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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: Jack Sim] #163858
Tue Dec 08 2009 02:27 PM
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Jack you are the man. I know I'm getting older when I flip through your book and get "really excited" at some centerfold-type pumps. Not that excited but pretty wound up.


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Re: Don't know G&B visi's What is "CUT 77" on tag [Re: Jack Sim] #163878
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Originally Posted By: Jack Sim
I have always joked that most guys treat me Gas Pump book like a Playboy. They skip the front, and go directly to the pictures.

On page 6, I explain "The model number. Some companies used Model, Model No., Cut, or Fig. Because this can be confusing only the number is used here in the book."

As for the word "Cut" it appears to have been used by the older pump companies, G&B, Wayne & Bowser. Tokheim's first pumps were called "Outfits."

I believe the word came from the original drawing called a cut.

Jack Sim


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