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Part# 05-12343
DescriptionUsable Fuel
Tank Size
Part Number
Cessna 172-A18.5 Gal.05-12343


Extremely light, high impact plastic tubing with aluminum rings resist damage. Available "Aircraft Specific Scales" Can be downloaded and printed from the website. Can easily be calibrated to any tank using the "Universal" scale. A worksheet, written instructions and even an instructional video are available at the website. We will generate an "Aircraft Specific Scale" from your calibration It's shipping tube doubles as a "Vented Storage Tube". This allows any remaining fuel to evaporate between uses, provides a protection for the life of the unit and reduces manufacturing waste. It's design gives consistent readings even when the fuel in the tank is sloshing around. It's upper and lower rings aide in handling. Large Easy-to-Read numbers observed outside the tank. Quantities given in both Gallons and Pounds! Color coded sections represent approx. 1/3 cruise consumption. It's not limited to your aircraft. Works in tractors, small motors, etc. Will not fall into fuel tank on most aircraft.

Note: Will not work with the Monarch Fuel Cap.

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  • Device Size- 10 3/4 In (273 mm) X 1 1/4 in (32mm)
  • Shipping Tube size- 12 5/8 (320 mm) X 1 1/2 (38 mm)
  • 38g Device Only, 82 g with shipping tube/ documents
  • Construction: Fuel Resistant Plastic, Aluminum
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Gordon C Verified Purchase


May 14, 2023

Fuel stick works Great How long it last we will see very cheaply made plastic then flexing just holding it

Roy C Verified Purchase


February 13, 2022

Simple to use and accurate. We have the Monarch fuel caps, it gets stuck on the flapper, however, we take the case that the fuel stik comes in, slide it over the tube, and out it comes.

Stanley A
July 31, 2021

This works great and I love the tube that comes with it so there is no fuel in the plane.

March 23, 2021

The Fuel Stik is an easy way to check fuel levels even when wearing gloves. Its fast, accurate, and easy to read, and not likely to be dropped into the fuel tank.

Keith M
January 12, 2021

This is a great product. Simple to use.

John H
December 4, 2020

Really nice way to measure the fuel in the tanks. Easy to read. The storage tube keep it from getting damaged.

Kenneth M
October 2, 2020

Fast & easy to use, getting accurate readings!

August 7, 2020

We have a 1975 Cessna T210L. This definitely works for what it is designed for. You put the stick in. It tells you how much fuel there is. Very simple. Very helpful if one of your tank gauges doesnt work.

Joel S
July 31, 2020

With a Cardinal 177B, it works perfect. There are no other fuel tubes (sticks) I could find calibrated for a 177. I did see a comment that it may have an issue if you have Monarch fuel caps. I dont and it works great on my plane. N30820!

Victor C
July 11, 2019


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Q: Before I place my order - Please confirm that the FuelStik Master will work on any of the listed aircraft provided that I download and print the specific aircraft fuel data from the website? So Im guesiing that the option for Cessna FuelStik and Piper FuelStick is exactly the same? Apart from the fact that you receive different printouts to go with the FuelStick... So the numbering/levels that are engraved on the outside of the FuelStick, are all the same for Piper, Cessna, Cirrus etc?

Yes, all the FuelStiks are physically the same. However there is no printing on the actual product, only on the scale that slips inside the float tube. While it is true that any of the available scales can be printed from the website, we stock most of them ready to go for the available aircraft so that step would not be required.

Q: I have a 182E. 30 gal usable. Will the 182P work for me since it indicates its for 30 gal usable?

Yes, it will work for you. The specific aircraft application won't matter for these, it actually depends on the usable gallons.

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