Anyone know what these parts are and where they go on a Tokheim 39 Short pump?
These are used to guide the center lock, slide up doors into place. These protect the sides from scraping. Paul www.severngaspumps.com
Couple of pictures. Richard
I only have two of these pieces. Does each door require one or two? Are they mounted pump body on the hinge side or the free swing side of the door? It also looks like there is another angle piece behind these parts between the pump body and the piece I have, this is just on observation.
These do not go on a Tokheim 39 with hinged doors. It takes four along with stainless slides on a Tokheim 39 with push up doors that are locked in the center base with a cam lock. Paul www.severngaspumps.com
Thank you for the clarification. I dont want to change the subject, but can I ask how the Tokheim 39 short doors are adjusted? both my doors seem to need to slide toward the hinges when the doors are closed, maybe a 1/8" or 3/16". Is that possible?
You loosen the four bolts on the door hinges. Close the door and make it fit the way you want. Then go through the pump and tighten the four bolts as it is locked in place.
Sorry but I am still a bit confused. When I look at the hinges on each door, each door has two hinges, and each hinge has two bolts on the pump frame side and two on the door side. Do I loosen all 4 bolts on both hinge? Or just the bolts on the door side or frame side?
Here is a picture of the hinge. You loosen the two bolts on both hinges that attaches to the door.
Thank you, I will give it a try.
Thanks for the suggestion. The adjustment did not work for me, it seems the doors are already adjusted as close to the hinge side of the pump as possible. I can still use the doors I just have to push them a bit toward the hinges prior to them going up into the top cap. Thanks again,
Thanks for letting me know. Richard