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04-22-2015 15:34:38

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I ordered a fuel gauge off ebay. I just received it tonight and it is identical except it has the post type connectors on it and mine were the spade type. Really can't see any difference it will make other then changing the wire ends. Am i correct on this or is there something different about it?

Sorry forgot to mention it's for my 706 diesel.

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04-23-2015 15:30:49

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 Re: Fuel gauge in reply to boomer22, 04-22-2015 15:34:38  
thanks for all the help. I was hoping it would be this way.

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04-23-2015 13:01:22

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 Re: Fuel gauge in reply to boomer22, 04-22-2015 15:34:38  
Heck, no need for specialized connectors or any cutting. Just crimp the right spade end on a short piece of wire, and the right eyelet style on the other end. Slip a piece of heatshrink over the spade joint or wrap with electrical tape. Done-done.

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Jim Becker

04-22-2015 20:37:11

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 Re: Fuel gauge in reply to boomer22, 04-22-2015 15:34:38  
Easier than changing the connectors on the wires. There are no doubt multiple sources, just found this using google.


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Phil Tibbetts

04-22-2015 15:40:39

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 Re: Fuel gauge in reply to boomer22, 04-22-2015 15:34:38  
The only thing that matters is the ohm range and most fuel gauges are the same range. The terminals make no difference.

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