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M Fuel Gauge Mod

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  • Speedo / Tach / Gauges: M Fuel Gauge Mod

    I devised a modification to the M fuel gauge to make it last forever...

    https://studem15a-20.blogspot.com/20...ification.html
    1948 M15A-20 Flatbed Truck Rescue
    See rescue progress here on this blog:
    http://studem15a-20.blogspot.com/

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    -----WOW! ----- (extra characters so I can post the reply. "WOW!" was only 4).

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    • #3
      You lost me at gold plate.
      "In the heart of Arkansas."
      Searcy, Arkansas
      1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
      1952 2R pickup

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      • #4
        Yep, Simple as 1, 2, -29! Lost me at the "MOSFETS" and the Kapton Tape.
        Do you need some "Light Savers" as well?
        StudeRich
        Second Generation Stude Driver,
        Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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        • #5
          It's refreshing to see something well thought out. Much better than the typical "what's wrong with it?" "I think I will take it all apart then end up buying a new one."
          RadioRoy, specializing in AM/FM conversions with auxiliary inputs for iPod/satellite/CD player. In the old car radio business since 1985.

          17A-S2 - 50 Commander convertible
          10G-C1 - 51 Champion starlight coupe
          10G-Q4 - 51 Champion business coupe
          4H-K5 - 53 Commander starliner hardtop
          5H-D5 - 54 Commander Conestoga wagon
          56B-D4 - 56 Commander station wagon
          60V-L6 - 60 Lark convertible

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          • #6
            Thanks for the detailed instructions.
            This could be used for most Studebaker temperature gauges from this manufacture. AC Delco or Stewart Warner .I do not know who the "M" series gauges were made by but they are used on all 1941 and up until went to type B instruments on the "R" series trucks.

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