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Bowser 77
#709898 Sat May 19 2018 08:39 AM
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Does anyone have a Bowser c77. I need a picture of the correct nozzle and nozzle hangar. my pump has a shutoff valve, so i would think it is a dry type. There is provision for a small drain valve on the side, does anyone have a picture of this valve?

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Re: Bowser 77
denismc #710064 Tue May 22 2018 08:54 AM
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Hi Denis, this is all that I have on the Bowser C77. Just a couple of photocopied advertisements; not the sharpest of images. The first one shows the C77 ten-gallon pump. The second one shows an eight-gallon pump which looks quite similar to the C77, so I presume they are related but with slight differences. I hope this helps. Cheers, Don

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Re: Bowser 77
coopersplace #710105 Wed May 23 2018 08:13 AM
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Thanks Don. I did not realize Bowser had a Canadian head office.
Again you’ve came through with an answer!
There is an 8 gallon pump at the Heritage museum, mine is a dry 10.
Denis


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