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#206744 - Thu Oct 07 2010 05:07 PM Need parts for Erie 77 pump
Joel Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Does anyone know of a company that supplies parts for the Erie pumps? I have called at least 6 places & they dont carry much, if any parts.
What I need is the glass, gasket and bezel for both sides. Also a set of used keys to open up the locks on the pump to get inside.
Any help would be great.
See attached pictures of the pump. Not sure what year or model .
Thanks everyone!

-Joel


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Vintage Mobile & Shell 002.jpg

Vintage Mobile & Shell 004.jpg




Edited by Joel (Thu Oct 07 2010 10:45 PM)

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#206745 - Thu Oct 07 2010 05:16 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Joel]
Ryan Underthun Offline
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Registered: Thu Nov 07 2002
Loc: Duluth, MN U.S.A
Your pump is an Erie 77.

You should be able to find the sight glass, good luck finding a gasket, probably going to have to make one. Used set of keys to fit your pump, LOL good luck. Drill it out and replace the lock.

Oh, and welcome to oldgas.
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#206750 - Thu Oct 07 2010 06:25 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Ryan Underthun]
K W FRITH Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 21 2007
Loc: Devils Lake, ND---USA
I'm not familiar with that model but I think you mean the door glass and not the sight glass, correct? I'm just not sure how it all attaches but I dont think theres any bezels on the door? Maybe someone else will chime in here that has experience with this pump!
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#206751 - Thu Oct 07 2010 06:28 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: K W FRITH]
Ryan Underthun Offline
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Registered: Thu Nov 07 2002
Loc: Duluth, MN U.S.A
Originally Posted By: K W FRITH
I'm not familiar with that model but I think you mean the door glass and not the sight glass, correct? I'm just not sure how it all attaches but I dont think theres any bezels on the door?


Some of them had door glass bezels that would attach to the door, some did not.
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#206765 - Thu Oct 07 2010 08:07 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Ryan Underthun]
cggas Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 02 2003
Loc: northern in.
get the lock out & take it apart remove all of the brass clips, put it back together & u can open it with any key, or screwdriver that fits in the lock slot. that erie will be hard to get the lock out without the doors open, but a little work & you should b able to get it. chris

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#206766 - Thu Oct 07 2010 08:16 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: cggas]
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
Door glass can be bought @ local glass shop, it's Flat [make a cardboard pattern to take].

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#206773 - Thu Oct 07 2010 08:37 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Dick Bennett]
MARK SMITH Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 21 2008
Loc: NORTHWEST,AR,USA
Looks like your pump never had door glass.Without the bezels around the face opening the ones I have only had clear plastic covers over the individual sets of computer #'s.You can add the bezels and drill your doors for the bezel screws.I bought the bezels from Tom Buckles on this sight.Good luck on the restoration.Mark

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#206780 - Thu Oct 07 2010 09:08 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: MARK SMITH]
Joel Offline
Member

Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Hey Mark.
How do I get in touch with Mark Buckles? Searched his name and came up with 0
Thanks Everyone for there feedback!

-Joel

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#206783 - Thu Oct 07 2010 09:22 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Joel]
MARK SMITH Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 21 2008
Loc: NORTHWEST,AR,USA
His member name is tbuckles.Mark

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#206794 - Thu Oct 07 2010 10:32 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: MARK SMITH]
Joel Offline
Member

Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Thanks Mark. I will look him up.

-JK

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#206797 - Thu Oct 07 2010 11:18 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Joel]
tulareone Offline
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Registered: Wed Jun 07 2006
Loc: tulare, ca
hey joel what part of ca your from--welcome to the site

best thing is drill the lock if you miss up the lock home depot/lowes has the lock fot 5.00 just get the 3/4 inch long shank -and you have to get a file to make the square hole a little large for the new lock to work--mine work just find--the one i have doesnt have the bezel either--i have to look to mines but i would think a universal rubber from vic ' s would work around the glass
hope this help--ruben
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#206816 - Fri Oct 08 2010 01:21 AM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: tulareone]
Jack Sim Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
First of all your pump is a Erie 77. It is shown on page 144 of my Gas Pump Identification book (don't have one, you should, email me if interested at jhsim@swbell.net).

Every pump had door glass.

If you can't get the door open, take a hand drill with a small bit and drill out the tumblers. I have owned many pumps that this was done to them back in the 1950s. Station owners didn't care if someone could open the doors, that just made them easy to open for their employees, just use a screw driver. Or you can just replace the lock with one from Lowe's or Home Depot.

Some times you will have to come up with your own rubber if you need it. I have some color ads showing your pump, but the Erie Installation and Maintenance Instructions book I have doesn't show the doors.

My Erie ads are running on Ebay right now. Just go to Ebay and in their search type in "FIVE DOLLAR ADS ERIE" and they will come up.

Jack Sim





Edited by Jack Sim (Fri Oct 08 2010 01:23 AM)
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#206922 - Fri Oct 08 2010 06:36 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: tulareone]
Joel Offline
Member

Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Hey Ruben.
Im in Santa Clarita. Looks like you live in Tulare. Did you have an estate sale at your house over a week ago? If so I was there looking at all your pumps and cool stuff. Met your buddy Rudy. He said you got most of your pumps from him.
Im trying to keep all the original parts on the pump. Hate to drill out the lock as it has that cool spring loaded cover over the lock on both sides. Probably will spend some time picking the locks open & rekeying them.

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#206923 - Fri Oct 08 2010 06:38 PM Re: Need parts for Erie pump [Re: Jack Sim]
Joel Offline
Member

Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Thanks Jack. I will email you for the book.
Im not sure glass went over the face of the pump as the site glass sticks out too far. Or did the glass just go below it?
Anyhow I am having a heck of a time of anyone that carries parts for Erie pumps.

-Joel


Edited by Ryan Underthun (Fri Oct 08 2010 09:09 PM)

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#206926 - Fri Oct 08 2010 06:49 PM Re: Need parts for Erie 77 pump [Re: Joel]
Joel Offline
Member

Registered: Thu Oct 07 2010
Loc: Santa Clarita, CA
Attached is a picture of a peice of the bezel I need that goes around the face of my Erie 77 pump.


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Erie 77 Bezel 007.jpg

Description: Peice of the bezel that goes around the face of the pump




Edited by Joel (Fri Oct 08 2010 06:51 PM)

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