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Thread: Float for fuel sender

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    Default Re: Float for fuel sender

    If modifying the fuel system I would dang sure want some documentation to cover my but, STC, field approval etc.

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    Default Re: Float for fuel sender

    Quote Originally Posted by cozzmo81 View Post
    Steve,
    Thats what I figured. I have found some used senders online from other piper models, but I'm not sure if the brass float is the same? It amazes me what people do to these airplanes over the years. Someone also decided to replace the gascolator under the seat with this masterpiece pictured below. At least Steves Gascolator fixes this problem
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    That picture looks like the system used in the Champ 7BC with two wing tanks.

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    Default Re: Float for fuel sender

    You're not alone, I loose the bubble quite easily these days. Trimmer STC eliminated the gascolator under the cabin floor.
    Not uncommon but the thread did digress based on a "look what else I found" post.
    "Progress is our most important problem"

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