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What is this gas pump nozzle from? Any ideas
#744301 Tue Feb 25 2020 08:07 PM
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Hello. I've had this along time. Always assumed it was aviation. Got it from a guy who ran a White Rose gas station in middle of Saskatchewan.
Anybody know exactly what it is? Thanks for any help

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Re: What is this gas pump nozzle from? Any ideas
Brassnozzle #744302 Tue Feb 25 2020 08:20 PM
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i to would like to know,as i have one also. charley

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Right on maybe someone knows the answer. I have a few things that are odd gas related items.

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A,W, Wheaton owned Weaton Brass Works and was well known for holding many patients on the inner workings of transfer tank trucks.
Could of been used on trucks , although they did produce some service station equipment. Knowing the flap spring loaded trigger you have on nozzle it makes sense that it was used maybe on truck that filled heating,lighting, and cooking oil for house holds using smaller tranfer cans.

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Brassnozzle #744320 Wed Feb 26 2020 07:00 AM
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Thank you Sir. I was hoping it was cooler than that LOL.

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Brassnozzle #744347 Wed Feb 26 2020 04:42 PM
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i think reg gas pump.to big for cans!!!!!!!! charley

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Originally Posted by hornsrus
i think reg gas pump.to big for cans!!!!!!!! charley


OK so your inlet on your ride is bigger than a 5 or 10 transfer can mouth?
Just throwing it out there he asked for ideas.
Could of been for aviation as suggested trucks fuel planes.
The station owner could of used it on above ground holding tank.
Would of been handy to have asked him what he used it for.

Good Luck.-- Someone will be along with more smarts than I.
I almost had to ride the short bus.


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Brassnozzle #744384 Thu Feb 27 2020 01:20 PM
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Thanks everyone. I asked the gentleman at that time. He bought the gas station in the 1960's, he found it on a dusty shelf. Never knew what it was used for.

Looks familiar though seems like I've seen it in a advertisement somewhere. Way before I owned it.


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