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Wayne 60 history
#702782 Thu Jan 18 2018 06:57 PM
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I am working on my Wayne 60 and I'm curious about why there was a narrow body and a wide body. And were they both produced at the same time , or is one older than the other? And the same with hinged doors. I am guessing hinge doors were later? I'm just wondering when the narrow body one I have was made, have to clean paint off the ID tag to see numbers. Thanks

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Re: Wayne 60 history
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It was Wayne's way of selling pumps. If your island was short, you could put two of the narrow ones on the island where two wides ones would be too big. They were even advertised this way.

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