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Old April 8th, 2009, 10:15 AM
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Default military fuel sender replacement

Anyone replaced the stock fuel send with a substitute military sender?

Looking to replace mine when I replace the fuel tank.... Dimensions of the tank will be the same and getting new gages.

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Old April 9th, 2009, 04:43 AM
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Default autometer got d goods

have you looked at autometer adjustable fuel level sender product #3262
It's 12 volt and I've seen it used on a 715.
I've just ordered mine. I am also getting their z series gauge set. They have flat black faces and a red light cover to replicate the stock gauges.
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Old April 9th, 2009, 05:08 AM
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That was a thought, but I'm keeping it 24V.

The gages are going to be changed out for newer ones (military), so the resistance issue isn't going to be a huge problem for a mil. sender.
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John,
The sender on a M35 sure looks a lot like a M715 sender to me. Give Saturn a call. They probably have some of each. I don't know the NSN number for either part. Saturn will.
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I've got the sender I pulled from my tank floating around somewhere in the garage. It was a working unit when removed.

If you want it, shoot me a PM.
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