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The thin brass ring goes between the gas gauge assembly and the outer nut that holds the gauge in the gas tank. This prevents the gauge from turning when you tighten the nut.
When running fuel pumps on the Model T's and Model A's, you normally need to cut back the fuel pressure. This regulator does the trick, the knob on the face turns easily to adjust the fuel pressure...
The complete gas gauge assembly. These imported assemblies are only made with cork floats, we highly recommend replacing the cork with alcohol resistant A-9313-C floats.
Ford used the cork gaskets but we have the neoprene as well. U.S.A.
Made of glass for long life. U.S.A.
These tools are required for repairing/removing/installing the Model A gas gauge assembly. The square tool pictured removes/installs the inner nut, the other larger tool is used for the large...
Just like the original. U.S.A.
Made from modern material that is resistant to today's ethanol in fuels. The last float you'll ever need to buy! Replace it once and forget about it. 1-1/8 x 1-3/8" long.
A nice chrome plated inner nut for the Model A gas gauge.
A very nice chrome plated outer nut for the Model A gas gauge.
For the gas gauge. Cork gaskets, lens, face plate, and treated cork float. U.S.A.
A well made cast aluminum heat treated tool set for the Model A gas gauge. Will not damage the chrome nuts. U.S.A.