Gas Gauge Float (Modern Neoprene Cork).
Modern Neoprene Float:
Great service fast and efficient i was very pleased with my Neoprene gas gauge it fixed my atv problem. I saved hundreds or dollars by ordering this I will differently pass on there good name and company web site thanks once again.
Works greet in my Polaris ranger
Two of these were a perfect replacement for the rotted cork float in my 1929 DeSoto. ACS isnt just for planes, I use them often for all of my vintage race car needs!
So Far my purchase seems to work properly it has been described properly and I am very pleased that I could fix some thing myself that a manufacture wanted me to spend $350 to buy a whole new fuel pump and fuel pump sending unit. I save myself a lot of money
This fits perfectly in my metal OMC (Johnson & Evinrude) 6 gallon tanks from the 70â€™s. Isnâ€™t that a hoot, buying car parts from an aviation distributor, for my boat. Pilot, A&P I/A, owner of Cessna 172F, 1929 Dodge Brothers, and a 1976 Starcraft boat so Why Not
This float solved my problem 100%. The fuel gage in my Boston Whaler Outrage 19 sat on zero. The problem as I suspected was with the float on the 30 year old Rochester Gage. It was originally cork and was saturated so it would no longer float. Your neoprene float fits perfectly and will last longer than the life of the boat. Thank You Aircraft Spruce.
Great price, fast shipping!
Worked great as a fix for my failed float on my Ranger 700xp gas gauge.
Worked perfectly to replace the old cork float on,the sending unit
It works great fast shipping thank you
For the cork float (05-06818), 1-1/2 inch Length X 1 inch Diameter. For the neoprene float (05-06815), 1-3/8 inch Length X 1-1/8 inch Diameter
The diameter is approximately 1-1/8".
The ID is approximately 1/8".
No, the manufacturer does not recommend this be trimmed.
No, this is not FAA Approved.