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Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by Biggusdannus on Wed Mar 27 2013, 16:00

Hi all I have just purchased a Goodwin deep well pump. As you can see from the pics its not the usual A type, has anyone got any info on these? I plan to get it pumping and paint it the same colour as my Wolseley and rally it along side my other Godwin pump. What do we think? Cheers Dan


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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by Biggusdannus on Wed Mar 27 2013, 16:01

The other side. I am yet to pick it up but apparently the seller has the foot valve.

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by blackvanman on Wed Mar 27 2013, 17:28

looks a nice pump Smile I like it Smile

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by kevjhnsn on Thu Mar 28 2013, 07:58

sweet find there mate
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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by stationary stu on Thu Mar 28 2013, 12:21

Nice looking pump, something different to all the Lister pumps we see.

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by Biggusdannus on Fri Mar 29 2013, 02:12

Thanks for the kind comments guys, I'm hoping to pick it up today. I'll know more on the condition etc when I get my paws on it.
Cheers Dan

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Apr 08 2013, 15:26

Well it was in better condition than expected and the seller even found the foot valve. I took the piston cups out and put them in warm water for a couple of hours to soften them up cleaned up the valves and made a temporary stand for it to sit on. It pumps quite well for a single acting pump, I plan to mount it on a bar stool as I know wheres one going free!

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by nutgone on Mon Apr 08 2013, 18:28

Very good. & I love that tank cooled Wolseley. I don't think I've ever seen one before, in fact I didn't even know they made tank cooled ones of those.

A really nice engine that one. :thumbup:

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Re: Godwin ECE deep well pump

Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 09 2013, 12:05

It is running very well, and the stand you knocked up quick is doing a great job, well done on a great job.

It's good to see all the videos and pics of finished winter resorations, everyone getting ready for there first rally. cheers cheers cheers

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