Scott Drake Fuel Tank Sending Unit with a Brass Float for 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968 Mustangs with an 8-Cylinder Engine.
If you've ever been stranded on the side of the road because your classic 1965-1968 Mustang's fuel gauge was wrong or didn't work, then you know firsthand just how important it is to have an accurate gauge. This Fuel Sending Unit by Scott Drake is just the part you need to make sure you get a correct fuel gauge reading every time.
Features & Benefits:
- Fits 1965-1968 Mustangs with a V8 Engine
- OEM-Style Direct Fit Replacement
- Each Unit is Inspected, Pressure Tested and OHMS Tested to Ensure an Easy Installation
- Zinc-Plated Stainless Steel Construction with a 3/8" Size Outlet Tube
- Durable Unit Should Last You Many Years
This Scott Drake C8ZZ-9275-BR Fuel Tank Sending Unit with a Brass Float easily installs in your Pony's fuel tank and will give you accurate fuel gauge readings. Each unit is thoroughly inspected, pressure tested and OHMS tested to help ensure a trouble-free installation. The included brass float is exactly like the original factory piece, and you'll get the factory feel you're looking for in your Pony's restoration.
Meant for 1965-1968 Mustangs with a V8 engine, the fuel sending unit features zinc-plated stainless steel construction with a 3/8" size outlet tube. You won't have to worry about inaccurate readings from your gas gauge anymore, which could save you a world of hassle in the long run!
Scott Drake Fuel Sending Unit Includes:
- Brass Float
- Mounting Plate
Please Note: This Scott Drake Fuel Tank Sending Unit with a Brass Float is meant for 1965-1968 Mustangs with a V8 engine only. If you need one for a 1965-1967 Mustang with a V6 engine, please see FSU30.
Please Note: This unit does NOT include a retaining ring.
*This fuel sending unit can also be used on 1965-1968 Mercury Cougars and 1965 Ford Falcons.
Order a Scott Drake C8ZZ-9275-BR Fuel Tank Sending Unit with a Brass Float for your 1965, 1966, 1967 or 1968 Mustang with an 8-Cylinder Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!
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I install a NEW sending unit in my 65 an a stain Steel fuel tank..An I still having trouble with my gage. I replace all the wiring under the dash & a new gage & a new unit that feed that gage..What is going on that I can't a true reading...What wrong??
I'll be purchasing your 16 gallon 65-68 mustang tank for my 1936 Chevy PU project. I'm running a naturally aspirated 350 Chevy, my Classic Instruments fuel gage is 240-33 OHM. Will the Scott Drake pump match my gauge? What other parts will I need?
Does this sender work with an electronic fuel pump?
I have a 1964.5 Mustang 260 V8 2bbl. Do I need the 5/16 or 3/8 fuel tank sending unit? Thank you.
How many ohms is this sender?
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This is our premium fuel tank for all 1964 through 1968 Mustangs. These are made in North America and come coated to avoid rust, have the same 16 gallon capacity as the factory tank, and the included drain plug. We'll also be installing this Scott Drake Fuel Sending Unit. It features the correct style brass float and in this case it has a 3/8 outlet, which will work perfectly with the 3/8 fuel line we'll be installing in our Fastback.
For this installation you'll need a hammer, a punch, strip caulk, 3/8 ratchet or preferred 3/8 impact gun, 3/8 socket, 1/4" ratchet, and a 5/16 socket. Before we put the tank in the car we're going to install the sending unit. Since we have a new tank and a new sending unit our normal steel punch is fine. If you're working with one that has fuel in it already you want to make sure you use a brass punch to avoid sparks.
We're going to start by installing the gasket, and now our sending unit. You want to make sure the two tabs on the sending unit line up with the two tabs on the tank and slide a locking ring over. Once it's locked in we're ready to install on the car. Now we're going to install some strip caulk. You want to make sure you have a solid bead all the way around the outside. Now we're going to put the tank into place. Now we're going to install the mounting screws to the fuel tank. You can do this with a ratchet; an impact gun or an impact driver will make it a lot easier.
Now we're ready to install the fuel filler pipe and the fuel filler hose. Our original pipe was in good shape, so we're going to go with that one here. We start by installing the gasket first and now we'll fit this through the taillight panel. Now we're installing the hose. We're going to move it up a little bit to make it easier to go on. Install the bottom clamp first. We'll leave this clamp loose, and we can tighten it a little bit, but you want to make sure there's some play in it.
Now we'll install our filler pipe screws and make sure that they go through the gasket. We're only going to install four. The fifth hole down here is going to be for your gas cap. Now that the filler pipe is tight to the body we'll put this clamp in place and tighten it down and our installation's finished. Now that our fuel tank is installed we're ready to move forward with our fuel and brake lines next. Installation of the tank should take you really no more than an hour. Stay tuned for more updates for our Forgotten Fastback.