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the tank is 1933 so has the early sender pressure unit and I would like to convert it to an electric s / gauge has anyone done this or have info if this is possible thanks brian
No it is not possible without changing the tank.
thanks for your reply peter it is much as I thought and I have already made a dipstick which gives a good reading it has to be curved of course brian
For a flat-rad Ten of 1932-34 a straight notched fuel tank dipstick (e.g. cut-off broom handle) should suffice, for cowled-cars 1934-39 a piece of rubber hose is needed to get round the corners in the filler pipe.
Peter is quite right , the two types of tank are different.
Well in terms of the nature and position of the tank sender unit.
I would be quite happy to swop an 'electric sender ' tank for your ( Hobsons) tank, providing it is reasonably in reasonably good order.
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