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#285134 - Mon Nov 14 2011 11:17 PM tokheim 36b questions???
hemistudegasser Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Tue Oct 11 2011
Loc: upstate ny
i just picked up a tokheim 36b last week. i have a few questions for you guys.
1. what is the top made of? in the third picture you can see there is a bullett hole(about the size of a pencil eraser), what is the best way to repair the hole?
2. in the last picture showing the top there are two holes(dont appear to be bullet holes, one looks a little hogged out) any body know what these holes might have been for?
3. the pump is missing some trim and the ones that came with it are pretty rough so i am looking for some parts(original if possible)anybody know where i can find the outer face plate bezels?
thanks for all of your help in advance being a newbie to the hobby has a huge learning curve. scott


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#285135 - Mon Nov 14 2011 11:45 PM Re: tokheim 36b questions??? [Re: hemistudegasser]
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
Tops are made w/ Pot/White Metal.
Best way I have found to repair is JB Weld or Bondo.
In 3rd picture, I would gently tap metal back into place before filling.
Holes in top were probably where a Pricer Flag Sign was bolted.
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#285138 - Tue Nov 15 2011 12:03 AM Re: tokheim 36b questions??? [Re: Dick Bennett]
hemistudegasser Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Tue Oct 11 2011
Loc: upstate ny
thanks dick i was thinking that it was pot metal. actually in that 3rd picture on the back side of the hole the bullet pushed the metal back so i figured i could push it back to close up the hole a little bit. thanks for the pointers i'll add my email. scott

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