Post by zeitgeist93 on Aug 31, 2021 2:28:35 GMT -5
Hey guys, I (finally) got my fuel tank for my GT II back from a radiator shop and it's been cleaned and sealed. I have all of the original gauges that came with the kit and they all seem to function at least from the ones that I have hooked up. Wiring is almost done too. The problem is that the original fuel sensor that came with the tank is a piece of rusted junk now. I know that the gauges are VDO gauges, but I'm not sure which fuel sensor to order as a replacement since there are a few different versions. Does anyone know if the sender that will work with the original gauges is supposed to be 10-180 ohms, 0-90 ohms, 240-33 ohms, 73-10 ohms, or some other standard?
Great question. I am trying to remember...the GTII tank is just a rectangular box right? If so then a universal styled sender will work. You just need the right ohm rage as you referenced. Any part numbers on the old sender? Or how about the gauge? If the old one is working you can measure the ohm range by cycling the sending from empty to full and using an ohm meter.
Post by zeitgeist93 on Aug 31, 2021 22:09:49 GMT -5
My tank is actually lobe shaped. I'll grab some pictures tomorrow when I test the old one if it still works well enough to test with a multimeter - don't know why I didn't think of that myself. Thanks for the resources! I'll post an update tomorrow with my findings and some pictures of the fuel tank if I can get them to attach
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chubbaloke: HI, i'm new to this group but not Volkswagons. Just traded for a Bradley GT2, (don't know if thats a good thing yet) Previously having owned Bugs, Bajas, sandrails, Thing and a Volksrod. I'm looking for a good alternative latch for the Hatch or a replac
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johne026: I have a one Assembly Manual(8.5 x 11) for the Bradley GT and one set of Structural Dimensional Plans(11x17) for the Bradley GT2. Free. $20 for postage. Email me at [email protected]
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r3fab: Tried some Triumph GT-6 seats, about the lowest seats ever made, and still too tall! Quick answer appears to be fabricating seat backs to work with the floor and padding. At only 5'10" this is not an issue I expected.
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zeitgeist93: I have a GT for sale if anyone is interested. Check out the classifieds!
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