I think I have figured out a way to install a electronic fuel gauge in the Touring car. The catch is the steel splash plates inside the tank will get in the way of the sending unit. Is there a way I could get a tank made without the splash plates?
Call us Monday, we may be able to help,Bob
Ok, Will call on Monday. Thanks
You need this style. This one is for a 12" deep tank tho... Call SAMs' marine and they'll help you order the correct unit. They thread in with a 1-1/2" NPT thread. ws
This style is for an electric gage. Theres also a cork on a spiral drive that has a level needle in the head, Strictly mechanical.
This style is better. You don't have to weld a bung into the tank, it only need about 1/2" top clearance and it's available in 6v. This particular one is for a 48-55 Ford truck.
Ken, Thats the one I have in my 19 Plymouth. It works great and very adjustable.I got mine from Kanter Auto. My plan is to get another one from them, Just in the 12 volt series.
Its just that the Baffles inside the fuel tank are getting in the way of installing it. If the baffles were not there it would be an easy install.
opps, I ment 1949 Plymouth
I may be thinking of another tank but I thought there were two baffles with the center third open. I don't think there's a horizontal baffle.
Anyone have tank drawing?