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FUELHAWK UNIVERSAL 11 INCH FUEL GAUGE

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Part# 13-00439
MFR Model# UNIV./11"

Overview

The Fuelhawk is clear lightweight and unbreakable. It's easy to use and gives an instant readout in gallons usable. No more guessing. These handy devices offer the answers to these very important questions:

  • How many gallons of usable fuel are still in
    the tank?
  • How much fuel can be added without going
    over gross weight?
  • Are the aircraft fuel gauges working and
    accurate?
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Reviews

Without tabs in my wing fuel tanks, its quite difficult to estimate how much fuel remains on board without something like this. This is my second one, the first disappeared by rolling away unnoticed at a fuel stop. Thus, The Original Fuel Stop Part# 13-17631 is recommended. It also results in a more reproducible dip if adjusted to center the stick in the filler opening.

Jeffry S Verified Purchase

UNIVERSAL FUELHAWK FUEL GAUGE 11"

July 16, 2021

Excellent replacement for C-150 standard tanks.

David J
October 3, 2020

Exactly what I needed and expected for refueling my experimental airplane. Calibration table can be made for any plane you fly.

Brian R
June 14, 2020

Good quality. Used by Grumman Gang to measure fuel in Grumman tigers.

Dick W
April 4, 2019

As described promptly shipped

Ray T
July 14, 2018

Works as advertised......very simple to use

Jerry R
April 29, 2018

Better way to keep track of how much fuel is available for you. I did not follow the directions, and instead took measurement of my current fuel, add 1 gallon of fuel, measure, etc until topped off. Take measurement and see if your 1 gallon inch indication l is the correct division of full fuel. Having done it numerous times, it has been right on the money. I fly in a PA-38 (Tomahawk) and FOR ME, it is 1.5in/1 gallon. Try it out yourself, wont be disappointed!

Colby B
September 13, 2015

Better way to keep track of how much fuel is available for you. I did not follow the directions, and instead took measurement of my current fuel, add 1 gallon of fuel, measure, etc until topped off. Take measurement and see if your 1 gallon inch indication l is the correct division of full fuel. Having done it numerous times, it has been right on the money. I fly in a PA-38 (Tomahawk) and FOR ME, it is 1.5in/1 gallon. Try it out yourself, wont be disappointed!

Colby B
September 13, 2015

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Is the FuelHawk Universal 11 Inch Fuel Gauge suitable for C-150 and a C-172, including long-range tanks?

Per the manufacturer, as long as you properly calibrate per the instructions, this Fuel Gauge reader will work with any aircraft.

Q: Whats the diameter? Does it work with Part# 13-17631?

OD is 1/2". Yes, part # 13-17631 fits.

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