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    3288 Fule sending unit-gctid367331

    Where can i find a diesel fule sending unit for my boat? Its a 1989 3288 powerd by twin Hino diesel's. Aluminum skyline fule tanks 120 gallons each "i think". mike

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    The sending units are in the top of the tank. You can reach the port sie from the aft hanging locker. You have to take the bottom out at the step. I do not know if you can get the starboard one out without removing the tank. Your tanks are 100 gallon each

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      mastermike wrote:
      Where can i find a diesel fule sending unit for my boat? Its a 1989 3288 powerd by twin Hino diesel's. Aluminum skyline fule tanks 120 gallons each "i think". mike
      Check the manufacturer of the gauge.. On my 38 they are made by Faira.. I called them and they gave me the model numbers and where to buy them.. The sending units need to work with the gauges..

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        #4
        I replaced m3888 guages with these:

        http://www.wemausa.com/

        Used my original Faria guages.
        Two C's 1990 3888 MY, 175 Hinos, Hurth 630 Trannys
        Past Commodore Emerald Rose Yacht Club
        Member International Order of the Blue Gavel
        MMSI: 338030604

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          jmcannonball wrote:
          I replaced m3888 guages with these:

          http://www.wemausa.com/

          Used my original Faria guages.
          Those look nice.. I like the fact that they are vertical, stainless and no float arm.. This should make them last much longer.. Also, I see they have dual station which I"m sure you got. Do you remember which one you got? Or how much $ they cost?

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            #6
            Starboard fule sending unit is the one giving me the problem. I switched the fule guages and got the same results. Port side half tank starboard side full tank. so the guages are good. They are Faria guages. I guess ill try to call faria to find the proper sending unit. Thanks mike

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              FishingFool wrote:
              Those look nice.. I like the fact that they are vertical, stainless and no float arm.. This should make them last much longer.. Also, I see they have dual station which I"m sure you got. Do you remember which one you got? Or how much $ they cost?
              I purchased the "SSS/SSL" model - don't remember exactly the cost but I think it was around 45-50 bucks. Depends on the length and style - go to this page on their website - http://www.wemausa.com/tank-sensors/...r_Tank_Sensors - and click on "Order SSS/SSL" and you will see the pricing options.
              Two C's 1990 3888 MY, 175 Hinos, Hurth 630 Trannys
              Past Commodore Emerald Rose Yacht Club
              Member International Order of the Blue Gavel
              MMSI: 338030604

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