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USMCmoose, I will give one of these a shot. The previous sending unit starting flaking out after about a year and is non functioning now. I do have the 20 gallon S10 tank that several people are using. When I purchased the M37, it was in sad shape. The gas tank was replaced with 12 gallon tank. Enough to get me to town for coffee and back. LOLI understand how the fuel sending unit and fuel gauge work, (need to have the same ohms resistant's).
I rewired the unit to the gauge along with a new electric fuel pump wiring.
The problem I have is the sending units I get are poorly made and fail fast or junk right out of the box. I know they are imported. Most companies, state no returns on electrical parts, so I'm/were screwed.
I found a company GTSU (https://www.gastankdepot.com/gtsum37-sending-unit-for-1951-1968-dodge-m37-truck.html ) that carries a fuel sending unit for the M37. Looks different from the ones I bought from other vendors.
Take a look and let me know what you think. Second, I have also been looking up automotive type sending units to use, and then match a gauge to it (ohm wises). The one problem I have so far is the tank opening being a different size. Will need to make a adapter piece for it. I d not mid paying for the parts I need, I just want them to work.
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