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Old 12 October 2008, 13:01   #1
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5 stud fuel tank sender

Does anyone have a drawing of the stud pattern for the standard 5 hole fuel tank sender?


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Haven't got a drawing but their is one in me workshop, would a real one do instead it's a 15cm one.

I'll bring it tomorrow night.

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Try page two on this

http://www.osukl.com/pdf/3271_datasheet.pdf

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Thanks guys

The drawing on the pdf is great, and yes Pete, if I could borrow one to make a template it would be good.
I presume you mean its 15cm depth in tank, not 15cm diameter boss

I need to make a new gasket for mine, and don't want to leave the sender out of the top of the tank for a couple of days whilst I find time to make it.

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Rubber gaskets are available from ASAP supplies, about 2.50 last time I bought one.

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Rubber gaskets are available from ASAP supplies, about 2.50 last time I bought one.

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Now even I won't bother making one to save 2.50.

Have you thought about selling your spare sender?

The plastic top of mine is split, I was going to try and repair it.
Soldering Iron welding with tie-wrap filler rod works wonders on some plastics.

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Its yours mate, no charge. However guess what, the gasket is missing, I nicked it to fit on Pepsea .

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Its yours mate, no charge. However guess what, the gasket is missing, I nicked it to fit on Pepsea .

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Cheers Pete, I'll order up a Gasket from ASAP.

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Cheers Pete, I'll order up a Gasket from ASAP.

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I think I have a spare gasket I dont need in the shed I will look in the morning.
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I've never had much faith in the rubber gaskets, they seem to deform when in contact with fuel. I think the best material is the nitrile based cork sheeting normally used for doing home-made car engine gaskets. Much more stable and slightly more compressible so it makes a good seal.
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