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Fuel Guage - S 34 Mk. II

Anybody replace or fix their guage on a Sabre 34 Mk. II?


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Have owned a Sabre 34 Mk II for quite a few years. Have never thought the
fuel gauge to be accurate. When it reads "empty", we usually have about 5 gallons left in the tank - and the specs claim it to be a 20 gallon tank. On the other hand, we have never put 20 gallons in the tank. Since you are talking fuel
gauges, thought I would raise the question.
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Mine's a Sabre 34 MkI and my fuel gauge is a wooden dipstick. Don't know when the factory installed fuel gauge stopped working but the P.O. made the dipstick and it works perfectly. I've no intent of installing a guage when it's so easy to read the stick...MGM
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