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Old 05-08-2019, 03:39 PM   #5
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Default Re: Adjusting Fuel Level in King Seeley Gauge

Hi Ted,

I replied from my phone, wanted to add an comment, but message didn't make it to the group it seems.

if I do add rod, I'll either get un-coated brazing rod or if I can't get a piece, a rod of copper. The capillary tube from the reservoir to the bottom of the glass I expect is soft copper so it must be okay for the corrosive red fluid.

I understand on the reserve of two gallons but with my current gauge and half a tank of gas, i would only have a reading of 1/8.

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