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A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners #338759
Tue Jul 03 2012 08:45 PM
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We're restoring our first gas pump, a Wayne 70. We have a few questions that hopefully some fellow oldgassers can help out with (pics would be a huge help). We've looked at tons of pics of these pumps but they really aren't answering these questions.
1) Did these ever run a hose retractor of any sort? We've seen these listed for sale but am not sure if they were used or how they attach if they do.
2) We see two different nozzle receiver bezels available. Ones like this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/110908314421?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649
and ones like this: http://www.gaspumpheaven.com/shop/product.php?productid=17027&cat=357&page=1
Our pump doesn't appear to have anywhere to mount something like the first one but does for the second one. Is the first even used on a Wayne 70?

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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #338765
Tue Jul 03 2012 09:09 PM
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I think I know you.....(HA HA)....and maybe the pump you are referring to.


I am always looking for anything Texaco or Oklahoma oil and gas company's, also I am a newbie at seeking globes.
Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: texacokie] #338768
Tue Jul 03 2012 09:24 PM
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Hey Ron! Yea we changed our oldgas handle! We've been trying to figure out the missing pieces and we're running into some snags. We've got the paint lined up, the graphics ready for new ad glass and stickers, and an electrician friend who's going to rewire it, but we want to get all the parts in hand before we go any further.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #338784
Wed Jul 04 2012 12:00 AM
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My gas pump identification book shows basically five different Wayne 70. You need to determine which one you have. I also have sales literatue, parts lists and ads for the 70s available.

Just like a car, it is best to know which model you have.

Jack Sim


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Jack Sim] #338791
Wed Jul 04 2012 01:23 AM
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If your hose outlet is at the bottom (extenda-hose version of Wayne 70) only then you would require the hose retractor and the brass nozzle rest listed on e-bay.

If your hose outlet is at the top (more common and probably what you have) then you don't need the retractor. You will need the stainless nozzle bezel as seen in the Gas Pump Heaven link in your post.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Dave's Garage] #338898
Wed Jul 04 2012 10:48 AM
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Hi Dave and Jack - I should have mentioned it's a 70C so yes the hose outlet is on top. Thank you for your help on this!

Now - a quick question on the globe holder - is the 6" adaptor that everyone lists what we need to mount a Capco globe on top? It still has the original globe holder on top but it's too large for a Capco. This is the part I'm referring to: http://www.gaspumpheaven.com/shop/product.php?productid=16697&cat=357&page=1


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #338926
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Capco bodies have a 6" base and you will need the 6" adapter in the link you attached. Also available in a polished aluminum version if you want some bling. You can always use longer screws in the 7" adapter that you have on your pump presently.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Dave's Garage] #338946
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Thank you so much for the help Dave! I'm sure we'll have some more questions soon but this should keep us busy for a bit.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #338951
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Glad, I could be of assistance.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Dave's Garage] #344035
Thu Jul 26 2012 12:44 AM
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Okay - got a new question! Our hinges on one door were cut so we're getting ready to order new ones. They are available pre-drilled and not - what's the best way to go on these?


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #344046
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Pre drilled--definitely!

There are a lot of Wayne 6 inch globe holders out there in the parts market. Advertise here on Old Gas for one and I'm sure someone has one. They usually run $40 for a nice one. Much better than aftermarket.


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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: K W FRITH] #344065
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I agree, less frustration and eliminates any chances of error.


Dave GILL,
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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Dave's Garage] #344217
Thu Jul 26 2012 09:56 PM
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Again - thanks for the help! We're going to get those on order so we can re-fit the door on before it all gets torn down and heads off for paint.


Looking for Tulsa Oil Globes, any Tulsa-based cans, Troco anything, Bosch signs and clocks, original VW dealership stuff and original white capcos!
Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: wildcatter] #344305
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Photo's that may or may not help of Wayne 70 that I restored and use in my waiting room at my shop. Model is a 70c

IMG_4323.JPGIMG_4325.JPGIMG_4326.JPGIMG_4327.JPG
Last edited by MMATTESON; Fri Jul 27 2012 02:06 PM.

Thanks
Mike

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Re: A few questions for any Wayne 70 owners [Re: Mike M.] #344380
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Thanks for the pics Mike! That's a great looking pump! Would it be possible to get a closer pic of both the hose side and the reset handle side?


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