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Oiler and Grease pump ALEMITE


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Old 11-07-2019, 04:28:11 PM
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Hello I am new to the forum, I am looking for any info or help on an item I have acquired with a lot of Old Farm Implements I bought. Was told that some of it was from an old Combine. BUt there is also looks to be some old tractor items including part of a chassis and boiler parts this item was in the dirt next to the pile. Dated some of the equipment 1911 and 1923 most is Horse drawn implements there is a 4 cylinder flat head engine possibley IHC patent date 1923 with sprocket drive on crank. think this was the engine for the Binder/Combine
After scraping of the old dirt and caked on grease found the name ALEMITE and a serial number further google search shows the company is still active and could find all kinds of Automotive related items but nothing like this. Looks like one container was for grease and the other for Oil. there is a coupler that looks to connect to a shaft or gear drive. Figured it was for lubing a piece of equipment of some kind Thank you in advance .
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Old 11-08-2019, 12:21:19 AM
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2nd pic looks like fertilizer or seed buckets...
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that is what I thought at first site, but after getting it open there was still grease in the one side with agitator. The other was just oil and an old grease gun attachment, which is soaking to see if I can get a part number off of it. Might have been an early service truck equipment. Kinda looks like this
https://www.ebay.com/i/273556500711?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=273556500711&targetid=80038616110 3&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9024288&poi=&campa ignid=1497326396&mkgroupid=56281260125&rlsatarget= aud-674438124377la-800386161103&abcId=1139466&merchantid=6341944&gcli d=EAIaIQobChMIq8z-0Ova5QIV5x6tBh04pQ76EAQYCiABEgIxXfD_BwE
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R there wheels on it? 2me it looks industrial and bolted down to a production line or similar. Looks 2have coupling for electric motor. I got/seen some old alemite stuff but ain't seen 1 like that. good luck
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The piece was found as is it was half buried near the pile of Horse drawn implements. There are pieces of a IHC Binder or Combine and looked to be old tractor remains front truck and boiler. Only dates i have found are patent dates on a IHC Tongue Steering truck and a 4 cylinder flathead motor with a sprocket on the crank output with patent date 1923, It does have the coupler that connected to some type of drive. Have some big drive wheels and axles. The color of the remaining paint is similar
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