240-33 Ohms Fuel Sending Unit
- (1) Floatless Fuel Sending Unit
- (1) SAE 5-Bolt Mounting Gasket
- (5) #10-32 x 1 in. Thread Machine Screws
- (2) 3/8 Hex Head #10-32 Thread Nuts
- (2) #10 (3/16 in) Lock Washers
JEGS 15665 Features:
- Compatible with gasoline and diesel fuels, will not support ethanol/E85
- Extruded aluminum housing provides enhanced protection for the float and PC board
- No float arm makes this sending unit ideal for tight spaces or tanks with baffles
- Each sending unit only contains one moving part further increasing longevity
- Reduces "slosh" in fuel tank making them ideal for high performance automotive and heavy-duty applications
Note: These sending units are to be within one-inch of the fuel tank’s total depth. For example, a tank that is 10.5-inches deep would use a 10-inch tube style sending unit. The extra half-inch allows for a little reserve fuel as an added benefit.
Tubular Fuel Tank Senders
JEGS Tube-style fuel sending units are ideal for applications where conventional float arm type units will not fit due to clearance issues. Floatless senders are less susceptible to erratic fuel level readings that are due to slosh in a tank where baffles are not present. Each device requires no setup or calibration and has a standard aftermarket five-hole pattern (2 1/8 in.) mounting bracket that must be mounted perpendicular to the tank (vertically), with the ground at the top of the tank.
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