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 Posted: Wed Jan 23rd, 2013 07:11 pm
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Jim Kovar
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Steve, would a Peerless
toilet bowl suffice?  :wondering:

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 Posted: Wed Jan 23rd, 2013 09:24 pm
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Luke Skelnik
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What year is that ad? I saw that exact toilet still in service at an estate sale in an old house.

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Chris A. Campbell
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Old thread but bumping this.

Would like to see a photo of a 6 blade Diehl Toilet Bowl

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Joey Katona
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I know of a couple of the peerless toilets if you’d like a picture of those.....

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 Posted: Sun Oct 7th, 2018 09:01 pm
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 Posted: Sun Oct 7th, 2018 09:15 pm
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Steve Cunningham
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That six blade Dayton is undoubtedly the heaviest table fan I have ever owned.

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Steve Cunningham wrote: That six blade Dayton is undoubtedly the heaviest table fan I have ever owned.
Can you plop it on a bathroom scale and tell us how much it does actually weigh? 

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No. My guess is 40 pounds.

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Russ Huber
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Steve Cunningham wrote: No. My guess is 40 pounds.
1905 GE 16" cake = 34 lbs.  

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Russ, Dayton Type 65 toilet bowl, 4 blade, 28.0 lbs.  On a good scale.  Menominee 12" Snowflake oscillator, 4 blades, 29.2 lbs.  Haven't cracked the 30 lb mark for a 12" fan yet.  Jim

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Jim Humphrey wrote:
Russ, Dayton Type 65 toilet bowl, 4 blade, 28.0 lbs.  On a good scale.  Menominee 12" Snowflake oscillator, 4 blades, 29.2 lbs.  Haven't cracked the 30 lb mark for a 12" fan yet.  Jim
The unknown fan has a 12" blade

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Russ, I'll check a Fidelity 12" open gear, but I don't think it'll come close to making 30 lbs.  Whoever made that thing wasn't paying much for iron!

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Okay.First I have to admit my scale and I have a bad relationship. It’s honest. I would call it “Hate-Hate”. It hates when I get on, and I hate when it’s right. The first time I got on it a red light flashed “One At A Time!”. Russell Petta and I have identical scales. They’re Toledo penny sidewalk scales. Very accurate. My 6BBBC Diehl Toilet Bowl weighs 30 pounds. I thought 40 but didn’t take into consideration the Gravity in Houston. It is called Space City.

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Jim Humphrey wrote:
Whoever made that thing wasn't paying much for iron!
One of these days I am going to pin this thing down to a manufacturer. Most of the parts have a factory number code stamping.  Who in the h ell is going to go through all that trouble unless the fan was hand assembled like a Mercedes..  Cloth covered magnet wire??

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Steve Cunningham wrote: Very accurate. My 6BBBC Diehl Toilet Bowl weighs 30 pounds. I thought 40 but didn’t take into consideration the Gravity in Houston. It is called Space City.
Even with Houston gravity to your advantage I still have you beat by 1/2 a pound.  :D

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