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Hey,
Anyone that went with a Boyd fuel tank (a later kit purchase) must have their Autometer Fuel sender laying around because the tank mounting flanges are different. Could anyone ohm out the resistance of the sender empty and full ? I don't know if FF changed the part number of the early fuel gauge kit but a later kit may have the correct sender. Aautometer told me that the kit p/n was a 1906.

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I do. The gauge was autometer 1908-09900. I cant remeber the ohm range. The new one for boyd tank in 1904 and is 0-90 ohm
The sending unit is in the box at home... Im away until saturday... F5 part number 14467
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Nick,
Thanks for the reply. I have been getting a lot of conflicting information on this issue. The Auto Meter gauge from FF as they told me is a 1906SP. I can not find it on the Auto meter web site. Auto meter says that they send FF a 1906 gauge and the sender is a 240 33 which is a universal sender. The tank mounting flanges are different ...Boyd vs FF. Boyd stocks the 5 hole 240 33 sender. I am still waiting for confirmation on the Gauge supplied by FF. So you see where I am at. I may just have to purchase an alternate AM gauge to match the sender. I am Still fighting this....

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Hi Carl,
If you are going with the Boyd tank (highly recommended btw) just call Dave Boyd and have them install a 0-90 ohm sender. Also ask him to install his rollover vent. His prices are super fair and then all you need is the 1904 gauge for 44.95 at Summit.

His number is (352) 447-2405 or email at [email protected]
 
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