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Standard Oil Flange
#766327 Sat Jul 24 2021 05:29 PM
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I am trying to get some info on the Standard Oil Flange. I have posted a photo of one for reference. Here are my questions for discussion:

What was the date for the usage of the flange?
Was it primarily used in service stations and which parts of the country?
Does anyone know what is the proper size?

Also, if anyone has a “less that perfect” extra one that they want to let go of please contact me.
Thanks,
Steve

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Re: Standard Oil Flange
Stephenwarren30 #766330 Sat Jul 24 2021 06:27 PM
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[quote=Stephenwarren30]

1. What was the date for the usage of the flange?
2. Was it primarily used in service stations and which parts of the country?
3. Does anyone know what is the proper size?

1. late 20's early 30's
2. Socony: Standard Oil Company of New York, primarily used on East Coast
3. 20" X 24" .. ... cool


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Re: Standard Oil Flange
Stephenwarren30 #766332 Sat Jul 24 2021 08:13 PM
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Thanks Randy!


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