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I just acquired an old flywheel reciprocating water pump I think. It was all rusty and brown with dirt all over it. I started wire brushing it and found red paint under the rust, old oil or grease and dirt. There are raised numbers on each part #5032548 on the main body, #5032551 on the spoked wheel, #5038717 on the two cast bulb looking things on the top, #5038775 on the housing under the two cast bulb looking things on the top. Any HELP would be appreciated.

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I just acquired an old flywheel reciprocating water pump I think. It was all rusty and brown with dirt all over it. I started wire brushing it and found red paint under the rust, old oil or grease and dirt. There are raised numbers on each part #5032548 on the main body, #5032551 on the spoked wheel, #5038717 on the two cast bulb looking things on the top, #5038775 on the housing under the two cast bulb looking things on the top. Any HELP would be appreciated.

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Your definatly right about it being a pump, that's about the extent of my knowledge
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