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F.E. Myers Pump Jack

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Old 10-04-2007, 02:22:08 PM
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Default F.E. Myers Pump Jack

Wondering if anyone can give me a little history on this old pump? The only info on this is, of course, stating that it is F.E. Myers & Bro. Co. Ashland Pa. On the wheel is stamped 4197 2x15v. Is it of any value?
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Default Re: F.E. Myers Pump Jack???

As to value, They don't seem to sell for much. Usually $5-20 at most auctions that I have seen them at.

They do make a nice can crusher. Rig a flat plate to the top of the lift arm, raise the motor mount up with a strap and put a fixed plate on it and presto, you have a can crusher. Just attach engine to run it at shows.
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