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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #188807
Wed May 26 2010 07:36 AM
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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: K W FRITH] #188828
Wed May 26 2010 10:16 AM
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I have three rebuilt Model #49 computers with indented wheels in stock now.
They will fit anything that can take a 12" standard computer but were introduced in 1949.
Like for like exchange $150.00
does not include sheet metal or shipping
Thanks
Joe


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #190169
Mon Jun 07 2010 11:13 AM
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Did EVERYONE stop restoring pumps this spring?

I have this super-restored 1935, 12" computer in stock and for sale.
As far as I know it would have been in a 1935 WAYNE 60, OR a 1935 ERIE 53 ONLY.



This is the only 12" unit that does not have pointers for the money and gallon wheels.
The pointers were on the faces like the earlier 8" computers.

I used the best parts I could find when I restored this unit, some parts were polished in the tumbler.
This is some of my BEST work, fully functional, and worthy of a glass case.
If you have either of the pumps mentioned above, this is the only computer that should be in it from the factory.
The totalizer has good wheels and there is a bell included.
I also have the top sheet metal and it has been restored.

$300.00 outright + shipping
thanks
Joe


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #190322
Tue Jun 08 2010 05:14 PM
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Computer above has been sold.
Thanks
Joe


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255043
Wed May 18 2011 06:33 PM
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I have resisted this as long as I could.
Due to the fact that almost everything I use to restore
& ship computers is made from petro, I am forced to raise
the cost of a rebuild.
All the materials I use have gone up in price in the last few years. frown
All rebuilds will now start at $200.00. This does not include sheet metal.

For the older 8" computers the cost may be more depending on condition.
Thanks
Joe


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Gas Pump Clock Repair
jkyocom@bellsouth.net
Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255047
Wed May 18 2011 06:52 PM
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Last I heard you had taken a break from 12 inch rebuilds are you back to full strength?


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: DasFast1] #255082
Thu May 19 2011 04:23 AM
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Not back to full strenght yet,but I am feeling a little better.
Come to find out I have been suffering from a stopped thyroid for a few years. It has done some mean things to me all around.
Been on the meds since Dec. and I am slowly comming back to life.
Doc sez it will take about a year to get back to normal.

I am in the process of getting all my spare parts cleaned and ready before I start taking more orders. This may take a month or two.
During this time I will be doing a few "spec" computers and will be putting them up for sale.
The first one will be a #36 w/ silver wheels
thanks
Joe


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255091
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It's just great to know we have the best as an option still...good to hear you're getting your health back!


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255092
Thu May 19 2011 06:18 AM
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Very glad to hear the good news about "...coming back to life"


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: DasFast1] #255100
Thu May 19 2011 07:22 AM
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Glad to hear your doing better Joe.


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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255131
Thu May 19 2011 10:05 AM
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Somebody sell me a 12" crankback pre 1949 for my National A38
prefer indented wheels and would like a bell. But can be flexible
I have 2 slamback (1950's three wheel) that I would like to be rid of.
Need to get in line at Joe's for the rebuild.

Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #255241
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Just getting started in the hobby and working on a MS80. How do I go about getting a rebuilt computer? Are there identifying marks or #'s so I know what to be asking and looking for? The one that is with the pump is in rough shape. Thanks for advice and assistance on how to proceed. Irish/Ralph

Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: Irish] #258266
Fri Jun 10 2011 07:42 PM
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How much to rebuild a computer from a Wayne 511 Blendomatic?Thanks

Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #258310
Sat Jun 11 2011 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted By: jkyocom

The first one will be a #36 w/ silver wheels
thanks
Joe
And the lucky winner of that Computer will be me. Im stoked

Last edited by TILLER; Sat Jun 11 2011 04:14 PM. Reason: edited cus im stupid

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Re: Veeder Root Rebuilds [Re: jkyocom] #258339
Sat Jun 11 2011 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted By: jkyocom


I have three rebuilt Model #49 computers with indented wheels in stock now.
They will fit anything that can take a 12" standard computer but were introduced in 1949.
Like for like exchange $150.00
does not include sheet metal or shipping
Thanks
Joe


Joe, Will this fit a 36B and a Erie 91G?


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