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    What is ittttt?

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    I may be way off but it reminds me of an old tractor fuel pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna321 View Post
    I may be way off but it reminds me of an old tractor fuel pump

    I think it is a Fuel Clean Out Bowl. Sediment could be dumped from the removable glass bowl.

    Looking closer, it may be a combo pump and clean out bowl.

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    Right on both counts! It is a fuel pump with a glass sediment bowl.

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    Shown upside down but you have a old fuel pump and sediment bowl with a thumb screw clean out knob opener on the bottom attached to the wire. SkaBa/Indian Steve was correct.
    Last edited by bowwinkles; Dec 04, 2017 at 04:51 PM.

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    What is ittttt?

    Thanks guys! What time period what is this used in?

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    We had one similar on a 50s or 60s Compressor

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    fuel filter - the junk would settle at the bottom of the glass bowl
    think you have it upside down
    screw dial should be at the bottom
    - IMO
    Brady

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    Had one in the 70's on a diesel tractor. Sediment and water trap on the fuel line.
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    That's a great relic You have an old area must me plenty more old relics there Tear it up!!Thanks for the post
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    Water-seperator/sediment bowl for a tractor. When you see gunk or water in the bottom of the cup - dump it and start over.


    I have a very similar one on my 1956 Ford 640. But the 1935 9N -2N - 8N & right on up used a similar one, too. Yours could be from one of dozens of tractor makes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustKeepDigging View Post
    Thanks guys! What time period what is this used in?
    If you clean it off a bit, you might be able to see the maker's mark on it. Probably industrial. It looks to have a priming lever on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudamark View Post
    If you clean it off a bit, you might be able to see the maker's mark on it. Probably industrial. It looks to have a priming lever on it.
    What would be the best way to clean an item like this?

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    I was able to clean a bit off. I can see "U TYPE" MADE IN ENGLAND" "AC"

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