|Cessna 150-152||12.25 Gal.|
|Cessna 172-A||18.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 172||19 Gal.|
|Cessna 172||21.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 172 N-Q (Long Range)||25 Gal.|
|Cessna 172 R-S||26.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 177 Cardinal A-B (Including RG)||30.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 177||25 Gal.|
|Cessna 182 A-D||27.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 182 P||30 Gal.|
|Cessna 182 Q||37 Gal.|
|Cessna 210 G-N (Including Turbo)||44.5 Gal.|
|Cessna 182 T||43.5 Gal.|
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.
100% Made in the USA
Really nice way to measure the fuel in the tanks. Easy to read. The storage tube keep it from getting damaged.
Fast & easy to use, getting accurate readings!
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.
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!
Excellent tank reader for my 177. Worked great for a couple of years untill it caught the sun just right in the back baggage area and turn into a shriveled husk of its former self. ð¤ DONT LET IT NEAR ANY AREA OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO SUNLIGHT OR HEAT SOURCE. LIKE NOSFERATU IT WILL SHRIVEL AND DIE...ð¥µð¥
Not having to calibrate a fuel stick is a huge labor saver. Having an accurate fuel stick is a huge life saver. This FUEL STIK is a win-win!
Gave the correct indication of the fuel quantity, much better solution than the marked sticks of tubes that are available.
Super easy to use and will reassure you of the actual fuel level.
I havent had time to actually empty the tanks all the way to be sure this is 100% accurate but it seems to work really well based off of my GPH calculations.
Simple to use, well thought out and designed. Color coding, large numbers, and scales in both pounds and gallons, makes this a âMust Haveâ item for your Cessna.
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.