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Vintage Perko Bronze Manual Bilge Pump on

US $100.00

Tracys Landing, Maryland, United States

Tracys Landing, Maryland, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Perko

This was on a 1936 Kings Cruiser so is likely of that era and has been stored since 70s.
Barrel is 18" so stroke is about 16", looks like the barrel is 2 1/2" ID. The threads are indented at a couple of places at the tip of the barrel top but with some care it threaded on. Also has about a 1" longitudinal crack in the barrel near the top that oddly doesn't go into the threads, see pics - if soldered on the inside it would not show and would not interfere with the piston. 1.5" female discharge, 1.25" male intake threads. Needs foot valve leather replaced but the flapper is with the unit, see pic. Don't know about the piston seal but likely it needs replacing too. No dents etc in the barrel except as described. 26.5" from top of handle. I believe it is all bronze or brass but the barrel may be copper.
With some work it would make a lovely pump for a period boat! Better in your boat than my garage!

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