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Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 #388830
Fri Jan 25 2013 02:14 PM
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Need the parts from this point down to the actual switch that would stick out through the sheet metal.

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Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Craig Osbeck] #388834
Fri Jan 25 2013 02:32 PM
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Craig,

The parts that make up that switch box and manifold are like everything else that was made for these pumps, huge and explosion proof! I would just put a push button switch in the small hole in the side panel, run it to the wires that you have coming out of the light manifold, and call it good. You could make a cover to go over the manifold with a rubber grommet or conduit clamp in it where the wires go in. I have one here with all the parts still attached if you want to see a pic.....Gary

Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Rabbitman] #388853
Fri Jan 25 2013 04:42 PM
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Thank you Gary, I can do that but I need it to be original. Had bought four of these at an auction and this is the only one that did not have those parts. Everything was in pieces on this pump and the rest are gone now to Canada.
Thanks Craig


Craig
Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Rabbitman] #388854
Fri Jan 25 2013 04:43 PM
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Parkersburg, WV 26101
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Hello, IMO I would also rewire the manifold (from what i can see its the original sockets and cloth type wire,I could be wrong)I always buy new porc sockets and rewire my manifolds ( I dont trust 50+ year old wiring.)Also from what i can see that frame looks awesome!! Good Luck,Brian


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Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Keystone Gas Man] #388860
Fri Jan 25 2013 05:07 PM
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Might try Tom Buckles, if you haven't already....GB

Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Rabbitman] #388884
Fri Jan 25 2013 07:22 PM
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We also do that, but I need the extra parts to get this going. Always seems that it is easier to get the parts before the pump is painted. We try to get everything together and in primer, plating, tags, etc before we go to paint.


Craig
Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Craig Osbeck] #389050
Sat Jan 26 2013 01:24 PM
Sat Jan 26 2013 01:24 PM
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Here's a few pictures.

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Dave GILL,
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Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Dave's Garage] #389065
Sat Jan 26 2013 02:08 PM
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Yes, perfect Dave. Now I just need the electrical switch box and the cast iron conduit to the light assembly.
Thanks


Craig
Re: Light switch assembly for Tokheim 300 [Re: Dave's Garage] #389069
Sat Jan 26 2013 02:10 PM
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Craig,I have what you need from that point to the bottom of the box.The internal switch is bad.Let me know if that would help.Mark


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