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Visible Cylinder Identification #699129
Tue Nov 21 2017 02:11 PM
Tue Nov 21 2017 02:11 PM
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pictures of 2 cylinder heads I found. Can anyone identify which pumps they might be for by looking at the pictures? thanks mm

cylinder1.jpgcylinder1a.jpgcylinder2.jpgcylinder2a.jpg

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Re: Visible Cylinder Identification [Re: minuteman] #699153
Tue Nov 21 2017 05:17 PM
Tue Nov 21 2017 05:17 PM
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I could be wrong but the top one appears to be for an American 6 sided visible, maybe a Milwaukee 6 sided. If you could get a way to photograph the gallon markers that could help.
The bottom looks like a G & B visible. The bonnet, size, gallon markers, all look G & B. The etched cylinder is very nice.


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