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Re: REFLECTOR: Fuel Sight Gauges



The sight gauge being glass could cause other problems.  Isn't there any
flexing that might occur that could cause tension in a glass tube?  I would
think that a plastic hose is easier to tighten and make leak proof.  With
glass, this would make it a little more difficult.  I don't think that a
hose clamp will work well on a glass tube.

Bk
173 FGE


-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Ginsberg <bgins@intrstar.net>
To: reflector@awpi.com <reflector@awpi.com>; Steve Beilby
<steve_beilby@hotmail.com>
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 1998 7:04 AM
Subject: Re: REFLECTOR: Fuel Sight Gauges


>While you may want to use new tubing when you install these things, they
>actually work pretty well.  I have never had them leak, and it is a
>direct method of checking your fuel quantity.  If you use glass, I would
>recommend you build a hard shell around it to prevent breakage.
>--
>Bob Ginsberg
>
>Big Ape Gyms - Velocity 173
>