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Tim, you guys are doing a great job on this thread. It will be a great reference for people that restore pumps. I encourage anyone out there with additional markers to contact Tim. Richard

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Descripton #22 appears to be the positive stop buttons from a Wayne 519

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Thanks for the positive input Richard.

Can anyone else confirm that #22 are the positive stop buttons from a Wayne 519? I found a picture posted earlier on old gas of some 519 buttons and the shape is the same but there are some differences. My guess is you're right.

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Another marker set. Thanks Dick Bennett & Dennis Maier.

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Another marker set. Thanks Dick Bennett & Dennis Maier.

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# 34 looks exactly like my Gilbert and Barker type 67 model 7 10 gallon visible.

Etched aluminum disk with number and says gallons on a brass plate with points on either side on a steel exterior rod.

I can post photos of mine after work.


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Originally Posted By: Dick Bennett
Can anyone ID this stick?


Looks like my G and B model 7 type 67 10 gallon visible pump markers. - rkmiller73


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No. 27 is identically to the Wayne 615 I just finished polishing

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I found this picture in a previous post on Oldgas of a 5 Gallon Groetken.

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Another example provided by Dick Bennett.

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Found in a Milwaukee Model 297.

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Found in a Milwaukee 298.

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Another set found in a Milwaukee 297 & 299. These appear to be the same or similar to indicators found in a umber of other manufacturers such as American , Boyle Dayton and Doty pumps.

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Tim, this is a great gallery, wish I had something to post that has not already been. Thanks for doing it.


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Thanks Phil. It's one of those projects that is fun but also frustrating. I wish I had a nice set of each one in front of me that I could measure, professionally photograph and provide more detailed information on. Maybe as more member attend swap meets, auctions, museums, private collections and shows they will take the time to snap some pictures and contribute to the cause.

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