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#27301 Thu Jan 17 2008 07:10 AM
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hi i was wondering where you guys get those little signs that mount on the top of the lubester any1 make them ?


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#27302 Thu Jan 17 2008 07:57 AM
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Bought mine on eBay. There was a guy selling some nice porcelain repro's for the major brands. Not sure if he still has them listed since I bought a Texaco one awhile ago.


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HI , I have two for sale, A Mobiloil Gargoyle and a Sinclair Opaline motor oil , both are NEW, never used. Let me know. Thanks, Daniel $20.00 each plus shipping

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#27305 Thu Jan 17 2008 01:50 PM
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does an 1 make um custom?


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#27306 Thu Jan 17 2008 03:27 PM
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Toy:

If you want to make your own base out of aluminum or steel - I can whip up a decal for you in any brand you need.

I've done a couple and they come out nice.

Later . . .

Jim

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#27307 Thu Jan 17 2008 06:10 PM
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Can someone please show a picture of one mounted on a lubester. Thanks.

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#27309 Thu Jan 17 2008 08:48 PM
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Well it's not quite on the lubester (or bulk oil tank) but at least it's mounted on the pump. Looked good enough with the glass cylinder that I didn't need to take up the extra room with the tank. (At least that's my excuse).



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#27310 Thu Jan 17 2008 09:10 PM
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hey toy!!!! jim treadway is the man if you need some decals made...he made a VEEDOL 12inch for my lubster and some small ones for my fanasty veedol handy oilers!!! he does fantastic work!!! doesn`t charge you a arm and a leg and work`s very well to fill your needs....txs alan



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Looks good. Thanks for sharing a picture.
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Jim,
I am glad you told us that. I never gave much thought to doing that. I like your idea Alan. Looks good. Thanks



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Here ya go guys.

I made this one for myself. I got the mounting bracket off of e-Bay (it's new/reproduction) and made my own backing plate out of aluminum.

Once I had everything cut out, filed and sanded - I shot it with a rattle-can of white 'Rustoleum'.

Then I applied the decal, mounted the backing plate to the mount - and the assembly to the lubester.



Later . . .

Jim


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