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#697714 - Sun Oct 29 2017 01:29 PM Unable to ID this pump
Gene HIll Offline

Registered: Tue Jul 16 2013
Loc: Colorado
Any help identifying the manufacturer of this pump is appreciated. Thanks!

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#697716 - Sun Oct 29 2017 01:40 PM Re: Unable to ID this pump [Re: Gene HIll]
UpnorthNeil Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 29 2011
Loc: Green Bay, WI
Martin Schwartz 80 or Wayne 80. I believe the frames and panels are exactly the same, pretty common pump here in WI

#697717 - Sun Oct 29 2017 01:45 PM Re: Unable to ID this pump [Re: UpnorthNeil]
cggas Online   content
Veteran Member

Registered: Thu Oct 02 2003
Loc: northern in.
Upnorhneil is correct & they are common in Indiana also. Chris

#697761 - Sun Oct 29 2017 09:43 PM Re: Unable to ID this pump [Re: Gene HIll]
Jack Sim Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
There is no difference between the M&S and the Wayne 80 gas pump. After Wayne merged with M&S Wayne moved their home offices and manufacturing plant to Salsbury, Maryland.
Not may people know this, but before Wayne purchased M&S, they published a large brochure showing their next pump, the Wayne 80, I have a picture of it. But...they purchased M&S, and M&S already had a 80, so Wayne never made any of their 80.
After, Wayne purchased M&S, they continued to make the 80, they just added their name to the ID tag. The first parts manual that Wayne supplied for the 80 is an exact copy of the M&S manual, just a name change. After Wayne made the 80 for a year or two, they reduced the number of 80's versions from around 32 to about 20, but everything about the pump stayed the change, so, everything about the M&S 80 and the Wayne 80 are interchangeable. So...if you don't want a M&S 80, just find some Wayne 80 faces and a ID tag, you will have a Wayne 80.

Jack Sim
Author, Gas Pump Identfication books 1st & 2nd Editions & Air Meter Identification books
We rebuild ECO air meters and sell parts.


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