Omega Kustom Fuel Tank Level Gauge Sender, 240/30 Ohm, 6-24 Inch
Universal Fit, 240 empty, 33 full Ohm Range, Height Adjustable
- Will work with a variety of tanks from 6" to 24" deep
- 2.745" O.D. round base
- Five-hole bolt pattern
- 240 empty, 33 full ohm range
- Will work with Omega Kustom fuel level gauges
This 12 volt fuel tank sending unit is for Omega Kustom fuel level gauges. This fuel tank sender will work in tanks from 6" to 24" deep. It can be used as a right hand or left hand swing unit with minor adjustment. This unit has a 240/33 ohm (empty/full) resistance rating, which is common for most aftermarket gauges. This sender has a 2.745" O.D. round base with a 5 bolt pattern.
Learn more about selecting the proper fuel sending unit by reading our tech article, Fuel Sending Units.
*Will work with minor modification for a 5.5" deep tank
3-year Manufacturer warranty to be free from defects.
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