Brief Description: Capacitance Fuel Sender, Part 1.
Well, I've decided to go the route of Capacitance fuel senders instead of the traditional float senders. I want to use at least 1 flop tube and the Capacitance fuel sender install better with the flop tube pickup.
The first picture shows what you get when you order the $65.00 or so kit from Vans. 4 sender plates, 2 T-411 tank inspection plates that don't have holes in them for the float sender and nornal non flop tube pickup. 2 BNC connectors, 18G wire, spacers, wing nuts, bolts, screws and 1 page of instructions and 1 page drawing.
The second picture is just a picture of the work bench while working on this little project. So, what happened to the idea of all tools stay off the bench and on the little red tool cart?
The largest part of the project is to install 3 wing nuts onto 4 sender plates. The rivets holding on the wing nuts get machine counter sunk.