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ADAPTER PLATE, FOR 5 BOLT FUEL LEVEL SENSOR TO 6 BOLT MOUNTING FLANGE

ADAPTER PLATE, FOR 5 BOLT FUEL LEVEL SENSOR TO 6 BOLT MOUNTING FLANGE

Product # 3263
$34.95

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Description
For use with #3262 fuel level sender. Adapts 5 bolt pattern of #3262 fuel level sender to early Ford gas tanks equipped with a 6 bolt pattern.
ADDITIONAL NOTES

Feature Points

  • Adapter for AutoMeter 3262 fuel level sender when being used with fuel tanks fitted with a 6 bolt pattern such as Ford vehicles built between 1936 and 1946.
  • Includes cork gasket and mounting hardware
  • Made from 6061 Aluminum, raw finish.
  • Measures 3.25 in. OD, 1.75 in. ID, 0.25 in. thick
  • Outer Bolt Circle: 2.75 in.
  • Inner Bolt Circle: 2.126 in.
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Mounting Hardware

  • Hardware Included
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Questions

Will this work on a Pontiac? 

Asked by: Jered
Thank you for your question. We do not have vehicle specific install data. Our 3262 fuel level sender uses a 5 bolt mounting flange and many fuel tanks use a 6 bolt mounting pattern. This adapter is for if you wanted to use our 3262 fuel level sending unit on a fuel tank with a 6 bolt pattern.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-06-25

what is the id and od of the adapter gary weir

Asked by: gcwalfa
Thank you for your question. The OD is 3-1/4". The ID is 1-3/4". It is 1/4" thick.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-05-10

I have a Auto Meter fuel gauge model 7310. I have an off road (UTV) Honda Pioneer 500, 2017. I want to put an aftermarket fuel gauge on the machine. I am wondering if this 7310 gauge could be used and is a new sender needed?

Asked by: Donald46
Hi Donald, thank you for connecting with us. First of all it's important to know that the 7310 is designed for and sold as an automotive gauge. It's not a sealed instrument and not necessarily recommended for a UTV. Functionally, as long as you have a 12V battery to power it, and a sender that is within the range of 0-280 or 280-0 ohms, this gauge can be programmed to it. It also features 7 different presets that may be close to or match your sender. You can see those presets on the instructions here: https://www.autometer.com/media/manual/2650-1136.pdf
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-02-28
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