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Boyle Dayton Cut 83 #738565
Fri Nov 08 2019 02:24 PM
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$2,400 - Restored less than 2 years ago. Glass cylinder is original with no cracks, BB or bullet holes. Exterior light kit is reproduction. Magnolia Petroleum globe and globe holder are reproduction. Pump was cleaned and lubricated so it moves with pump handle. New electrical wiring to light arms and globe socket. Pump located in suburb of Dallas, TX. Brass gate valve and handle are original. No rust through on the skins.

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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738571
Fri Nov 08 2019 04:04 PM
Fri Nov 08 2019 04:04 PM
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British Columbia - Canada
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Joe, are you sure the exterior light kit is a reproduction. A friend and I found a barn fresh BD 20+ years ago with the same light, and have never seen another til today, certainly haven't seen anything available on the market.


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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738573
Fri Nov 08 2019 04:38 PM
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Near Tracy Rock
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Seems like dodo had one for sale a number of years ago. Kinda wish I would have bought it then.

Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738587
Fri Nov 08 2019 07:20 PM
Fri Nov 08 2019 07:20 PM
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sumner, wa, usa
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I have a light assembly like the one pictured. I don't know of anyone that reproduces it. The glass jars are a little bigger than the ones in the pump for lighting faces. I think mine are 4inch glass. Spencer

Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738593
Fri Nov 08 2019 08:53 PM
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I will measure the glass and determine the length and width.

Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738618
Sat Nov 09 2019 09:47 AM
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That’s the one, he always wanted to reproduce some, but never did. I think they would be very popular, it’s a boring pump that needs a globe on top.


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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738621
Sat Nov 09 2019 11:43 AM
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Cameron Park,Ca.
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If that light/globe holder is not original someone did a good job on it. The arms look a little short. The glass jars are smaller than the ones I have seen. These are rare, I have only seen a few. This one was stored at my place ( not mine ) for a while.

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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738664
Sun Nov 10 2019 12:41 AM
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GPH is reproducing the light fixture/globe holder...


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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738670
Sun Nov 10 2019 09:10 AM
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That is true, but the light arms have a 90 degree bend so it looks like a Fry 117 when installed.

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Re: Boyle Dayton Cut 83 [Re: model72] #738687
Sun Nov 10 2019 06:46 PM
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The glass jars are 4" long and 3-1/3" wide. The light arms are the same length as original arms. I used measurements from an original light kit to make the reproductions. The light kit required many hours of planning, making molds, sand castings, getting the light arm angles accurate, drilling, tapping, etc. I don't plan to make any more light kits.
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