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A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Guest on Mon Nov 09 2009, 15:05

Hi all,

Had a chance to take some pics of the pump that i won of ebay, have a look below

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/575451247BfokNF

Im in the middle of trying to get info from this lot below so with a bit of luck hey may come up trumps.

http://www.kennicott.co.uk/EN/Customer-Service/Lee-howl-pumps/

In the mean time any info from you guys and gals would be of great help.

Paul cheers cheers santa

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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by JONESEY on Mon Nov 09 2009, 22:08

Paul looks good its al complete thats the main thing good luck with restoring it
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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Statman on Mon Nov 09 2009, 22:36

Hi Paul!!

Thats a nice looking water pump i think i know someone that has one of these i might try and buy it off him one day!

Hope you enjoy restoring it

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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Guest on Tue Nov 10 2009, 19:32

Hi all,

Ive had a reply from Les Mellor from the company below:

http://www.kennicott.co.uk/EN/Customer-Service/Lee-howl-pumps/

This chap has worked at the company since 1963 and he cant remember the pump being manufactured.

The closest that he can come to it is it may be part of the FIG 1163 range.

He sent me some pics etc of that range, and they are prity close to the mark.

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Post by JONESEY on Tue Nov 10 2009, 20:16

Its not just about restoring things its Detective work as well, Private Eye Rab Laughing Laughing
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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Guest on Tue Nov 10 2009, 20:48

Thats it Chris, that can take longer than it does to restor the item be it engine or pump.

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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Guest on Sun Jan 03 2010, 16:41

Found a pic of a working pump at the site below,

http://www.stationaryengine.org/Rallies_2007/Woolpit/crossley2_woolpit_2007.jpg

It looks nice.

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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by jamespeterbrett on Fri Feb 12 2010, 00:16

Bolton and Paul of Norwich, aslo manufacture pumps to this design. I belave they orgionaly purchesed pumps from lee howel and rebadged the Bolton and Paul (look out with ones with the LH flag but with brass B & P makers plate) before they manufacture them with a big B & P cast into the side where LH had their flag.

very comon around these parts these days (East Anglia)


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Post by Villiers on Fri Feb 12 2010, 21:09

That is a Lee Howl Super Major pump. These are a common pump but no-one knowesbugger all about them. I have one at the moment, and have owned about six over the years,

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Re: A Lee Howel Water Pump

Post by Guest on Fri Feb 12 2010, 21:21

jamespeterbrett wrote:Bolton and Paul of Norwich, aslo manufacture pumps to this design. I belave the orgionaly purchesed pumps from leen howel and rebadged the Bolton and Paul (look out with ones with the LH flag but with brass B & P makers plate) before they manufacture them with a big B & P cast into the side where LH had their flag.

very comon around these parts these days (East Anglia)

Thats interesting to know.

Thanks for that.

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