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On my 33 1247, only the King Sealy gauge was the only item that did not work on the car. I never bothered with it. I drive my cars quite a bit, and I still use the full tank and odometer method of gas status. On my 36 PA we used a ford sender from the mid 30’s in order to make the sender easily replaceable. In the last 20 years, I have gone through 3 of them. Fortunately they are easy to change, and ford parts are not expensive, and by some strange reason when they failed, they all read full instead of empty as they should have. It was always a long way to the gas station. Now I just keep a full tank and top off every 150 miles. I know several members who rig the King Sealy to read 1/2 tank as they can judge the car without any problems, also one member put a WD 40 tube inside the glass gauge, cut to length, he also never needs to worry about gauge failure!