Good day, I am still a little confused about the wet/dry nozzle thing. In Jack's pump book, a picture on page 129 shows a Boyle 62 with a valve and a "wet" type nozzle. It seems it has both systems. ? Denis McIntosh
Last edited by denismc; Sat Jan 16 202101:38 PM. Reason: wrote dry instead of wet, corrected.
A wet hose always has gas in it and would have a nozzle that could stop the fuel flow at the nozzle like todays nozzles. A dry hose would have no gas in it went done fueling a vehicle and the fuel would be shut off with a valve on the pump. It would have a banana nozzle with no way to shut the gas off with the nozzle. Hope that helps.
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