1. Michael Siple

    Michael Siple FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Want to r&r fuel sender in 71 duster without removing tank. New tank in , used old sender because it worked well & very accurate. After install naturally no gauge reading. After checks everything points to sender. Lock ring tool would make it easier to do tank installed. Suggestions on lock ring tool please. Thanks -Mike
     
  2. xLURKxDOGx

    xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast" FABO Gold Member

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    eBay.

    Jake
     
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    • Professor Fate

      Professor Fate Push the button, Max...

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      Make sure you've got the ground strap back on it or you'll have no reading from a previously working sending unit...
       
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      • Dusterdenovo

        Dusterdenovo Contentedly Old School

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        I made this one out of 1/8" steel. Took a couple of hours with a hack saw and a couple of files. Makes a PITA job a snap now.

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        • rustycowll69

          rustycowll69 Well-Known Member

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          I believe I just used a brass drift back in the day. I don't know what has changed, but it was 40yrs ago.
           
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          • 67Dart273

            67Dart273 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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            40-50 years of rust and corrosion? LOLOL. I used a drift and hammer last time, as well
             
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            • Tooljunkie

              Tooljunkie King of cobble/master of the broken bolt FABO Gold Member

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              Drift and a hammer, for the last 30. But i do like the hand made wrench.
               
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              • Michael Siple

                Michael Siple FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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                brass drift & hammer when tank is out but in car - tool would make things easier when tank is installed, I'm trying not to remove tank again.
                 
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                • Dana67Dart

                  Dana67Dart Like a fine wine, only getting better with age! FABO Gold Member

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                  I think I got mine from Classic Ind.

                  I had to file one of the tabs a bit to fit properly

                  You will never be sorry for using the right tool

                  I like what you made!
                   
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