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#95389 - Wed Apr 30 2008 06:33 PM Electric Guts for G&B T-176
Axeman Offline
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Registered: Wed Apr 30 2008
Loc: Kansas City KS
Hi folks!

Well, I've went and done it -- bought one of them thar fool big old gas pumps so as to lend my workshop that certain air of "authenticity" (a latin word that transaltes: 'someone who has more money than good sense.')

While in good shape overall, someone has completely removed the entire electrical hookup: conduit, clamps, brackets, bulb sockets...I got nothin.

Are there any good diagrams that show what should be in here to carry the friendly volts up to the globe and then hold it there?
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#95390 - Wed Apr 30 2008 07:12 PM Re: Electric Guts for G&B T-176
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
WELCOME TO OLDGAS
Make room while ya can, one AIN'T never enough.
1/2" ridged conduit, very similar in shape to the WAYNE 515/519/615 pumps w/ a notched "L" shaped bracket attached to cylinder lid [under bonnet].
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