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In-Line Fuel Pressure Gauge



I have been selling these on Ebay for two years, I will do a special for forum members. On Ebay I get shipping plus $2 handling fee with a starting bid of $16.99 and a buy it now for $21.99. Ebay charges $1.05 for the listing and Paypal charges about $1 processing fee. That is why I charge the $2 handling charge. For any one on the forum I will do $16.99 + $4.05 shipping with no handling charge. ($21.04)

Shipped to Canada USPS global priority mail add $3

Without gauge $7 + $4.05 USPS express mail (shipped regular mail $2)

PAY PAL TO: [email protected]
Please include size, psi and shipping address.

If you want to send Money Order, Email [email protected] for My address.
 

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Re: In-Line Fuel Pressure Gauge

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Any size hose fittings w/ choice of gauge PSI $21 + $3 s&h

Without gauge $7 + $2 s&h

The hose fitting, will it fit a 1/8" guage? If yes, I am interested in the 5/16" hose fitting. Do you accept Paypal? Thanks.
 

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Gauge is 1 1/2"
Has a 1/8 male NPT fitting
Gauge is dry
2.5 % accuracy
Industrial grade

The tee is tapped for 1/8 NPT
I also can get 3AN & 4AN fittings ($ 1.75 each), if you want to use as a fuel line tap for wet N2O system.
 

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The non liquid filled gauges tend to self distruct when used in the gauge compartment due to all the vibration.

Brent
 

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The gauge is only attached to the fuel line (rubber hose) and this reduces the vibration quite alot, compared to mounting to fuel rail or any other metal part of car.
The gauge is holding up well for me and is less expensive than any liquid gauge I have been able to find.
 

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Do you still have any of these. I need just the adapter in 5/16" size with a 1/8 NPT size fitting. Email me at [email protected]. I can paypal now. Also, how well does the clamping do with the high pressure of our system, any leaking? Thanks.
 

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I have been selling these on Ebay for four months, I will do a special for forum members. On Ebay I get shipping plus $2 handling fee with a starting bid of $16.99 and a buy it now for $21.99. Ebay charges $1.05 for the listing and Paypal charges about $1 processing fee. That is whyy I charge the $2 handling charge. For any one on the forum I will do $16.99 + $3.85 shipping with no handling charge.
 
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