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Barton American UA-50 Front Mount Pump #1294800 Mon Jan 14 2019 03:08 AM
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FireJeep Offline OP
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While searching for information about the UA-50 pump, I was directed to your website. I apologize that it is not attached to the front of a GM truck but a 1949 jeep. But I have already found several ideas on restoration that I want to try out (thank you).

Does anyone have access to or know where I can find literature on how the Barton American UA-50 Front Mount Pump is to be operated, fixed, cleaned, (you get the point). The saving grace on my project is that it has stayed in doors "ALL" it's life at the government factory, then in 1980 was sold and immediately placed in storage (with all it's toys intact). I am now changing all the fossilized grease, oil and such. Once it is operational I want to address the fire apparatus. Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks


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Re: Barton American UA-50 Front Mount Pump [Re: FireJeep] #1295757 Tue Jan 22 2019 01:44 AM
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I am also looking for information on a UA-50 pump. We have one attached to our 2100 gallon tanker. We need to open it up as it is only putting out about half of the 500 gpm.

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Re: Barton American UA-50 Front Mount Pump [Re: FireJeep] #1305829 Wed Apr 03 2019 06:34 PM
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SPAAMFAA is the place you want to look for information on anything fire related. http://www.spaamfaa.org/ and on FaceBook. Thousands of fire trucks represented and more members with info.


1962 K10 short step side, much modified for rally
1969 T50 fire truck, almost nos, needs a few things

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