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G&B help request #28453
Mon Jun 05 2006 05:55 PM
Mon Jun 05 2006 05:55 PM
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Cleveland,Ohio U.S.A.
JimT Offline OP
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Hi--Is this a G&B 98? I'm in need of a top- with a base for a 15" metal band? Also I could use side panels especially the side opposite the nozzle. Can any one help a brother out?

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Re: G&B help request #28454
Mon Jun 05 2006 09:16 PM
Mon Jun 05 2006 09:16 PM
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St. Louis, MO, USA
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Your pump is a G&B 98, it is shown on page 184 of my Gas Pump Identification book. If you don't have a copy, you can purchase one right hear on this website, the profits help support the website.
Jack Sim
Author, Gas Pump Identification book


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Re: G&B help request #28455
Tue Jun 06 2006 12:30 AM
Tue Jun 06 2006 12:30 AM
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This may be a stupid question, but I have come to believe that the 98 is a computer pump without the price calculator, used for garages and other places where price doesn't matter.
What would be the difference between a 96 (which has wheels both for gallons and $) and this 98 (which look as if it also has wheels for both gallons and $)?
brgds,
Claes

Re: G&B help request #28456
Tue Jun 06 2006 02:10 AM
Tue Jun 06 2006 02:10 AM
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Cleveland,Ohio U.S.A.
JimT Offline OP
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Thanks Jack --I've got your book. I guesse I just was thrown off a little by the trim along the bottom. Jimmy

Re: G&B help request #28457
Tue Jun 06 2006 05:21 PM
Tue Jun 06 2006 05:21 PM
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fast66,
If you look on page 184 of my Gas Pump Identification book, the first picture is of a 98 computing pump. They came both ways.
The 98 has the sight glass in the face, the 96 has the sight glass above the top stainless steel strip. Again see the first three pumps on page 184.
Jack Sim


Author, 1st & 2nd editions of Gas Pump ID book, 3rd edition is now available at www.gaspumpbible.com
Air Meter ID book also available

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