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I'd hate to say this, but you really can't rely on your fuel gauge, even if accurate, when refueling... or at least I can't.
I typically gauge my fuel consumption based on engine hours giving me a general idea of how much fuel I need to take on. That in turn simply means that I pay much closer attention as I get within a few gallons of that number to the sound of the fuel entering my tank... through experience, you'll learn to recognize the sound that says STOP!
I also don't attempt to "top off"... hope this helps.
Carlos & Maria
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...you may not be able to control the wind,
but you can adjust your sails..._/)