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    Quote Originally Posted by CaribouLou View Post
    85$ sent.
    Kelly, can you email me your address. tidbitnh@yahoo.com. I probably asked to do something incorrectly in Paypal. Don't use it that often.

    Just picked up the senders. Will ship in a couple of days.

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    04 22'. Livorsi/Gaffrig gauge

    Need sender with gasket.

    Shipping will probably be more for me. It will need to go to Victoria, BC, Canada V8S 1J6.

    Let me know what the extra shipping costs will be and I'll send you a money order.

    Glen
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    04 22'. Livorsi/Gaffrig gauge

    Need sender with gasket.

    Shipping will probably be more for me. It will need to go to Victoria, BC, Canada V8S 1J6.

    Let me know what the extra shipping costs will be and I'll send you a money order.

    Glen
    Glen,

    $15US should be more than enough for the shipping.

    $70 sender
    $2 opt ss screws and washers, does not come with any
    $3 opt neoprene gasket, comes with a cork gasket

    Obviously I need your full name and address. Is there a particular value to assign the package? Don't know how the duties work there. Let me know. You can email me all the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaribouLou View Post
    Ever get my email?
    Kelly,

    Yes, I got it. Should ship tomorrow if all goes well.

    Sorry, didn't reply. Been busy getting shipping supplies and putting the new sender and gauges in the boat.

    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaribouLou View Post
    Ever get my email?
    Shipped today.

    Yours and Tony's. Woohoo, first two!
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    Bob,

    Its an 88. Made in Nov of 87. Thats all I know. Advise if I NEED TO LOOK AT THE TANK.
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    Bob,

    Its an 88. Made in Nov of 87. Thats all I know. Advise if I NEED TO LOOK AT THE TANK. Next time I would like to see the finished garage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet 16 1966 View Post
    Bob,

    Its an 88. Made in Nov of 87. Thats all I know. Advise if I NEED TO LOOK AT THE TANK. Next time I would like to see the finished garage.
    Russ, from what I am seeing, all the 22s from the Critter through today have the same shape tanks. My guess is that you have the ALF(now RDS) 55g tank. Tank really should not be an issue.
    Just tell me what gauge you have and we will go from there. The gauge has to match up with the sender. Find the make and we will see if it is compatible or not. We might need to get some readings with an ohmmeter from the back of the gauge.

    Here is the procedure so you have it.....To check the gauge for compatibility, you will need an ohmmeter. Remove the wires from the 3 terminals in the back of the meter, ignore the light wiring. Put the meter across the the + or I terminal and the S terminal and take a reading. Then take a reading from the Gnd to the S terminal. Readings should be in 100-400 ohm range, roughly. Email or call me with those two readings and I will do a check on the gauge.

    Getting gauge info can be a pita, but I don't want to send you and sender and not have it work.

    Bob

    BTW, the garage looks great. You are welcome anytime.
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    Here is another graph showing the a comparison to a float sender. The float is very linear. I put a line in to show that the float will give you 50% reading on your gauge at 4.75" of tank (9.5"tank). When, in reality, you only have less 38% of fuel left. That difference is what this sender corrects. Hard to see, but the correction line is near the yellow.
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    Going to pick up the second order of senders today.
    Have plenty in stock. For those who made a request I have them. Come and get em!.

    Bob
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    Well, finally got everything together and took the 22 to the gas station. When I put in the sender I could see there wasn't much gas in the tank, as I had suspected from the last trip. This is good to know when checking the sender.
    I went to the gas station and put 25 gallons in the 55g tank. Of course, then it started to pour down rain. Got it home and back in the garage, turned on the ignition and the gauge ran up just under a half.
    So far, so good. I'll have to get it wet and see how the reading go.

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    I returned home and found my sender waiting for me. Looks great, but I am unfortunately away from my boat for another week. I'll post again when I get it installed...

    Many thanks to Bob, who tackled this issue with vigor and thoroughness. The amount of time spent, the complex interpretation of the various tank shapes, the communication with the manufacturer...all accomplished in a timely fashion and for reasonable money.

    Another example of what donzi.net is all about...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    I returned home and found my sender waiting for me. Looks great, but I am unfortunately away from my boat for another week. I'll post again when I get it installed...

    Many thanks to Bob, who tackled this issue with vigor and thoroughness. The amount of time spent, the complex interpretation of the various tank shapes, the communication with the manufacturer...all accomplished in a timely fashion and for reasonable money.

    Another example of what donzi.net is all about...


    Thanks for the king words Tony. Let me know how things work out.

    Bob
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