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Default '55 Tucker 443

Going through a few items on the 443. Does anyone have info on the following:

1: resealed trans case and wanted to put in new u joints. No luck in finding similar measurements. 3.25x3.25x1.4
2: Fuel tank Gauge Ohm resistance. Going to order a custom tank sender.

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Default Re: '55 Tucker 443

Closest we found was this 1.417 cap
And 3.946 at the cross
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That fuel sender should be specific to the gauge type. Stewart warner is different ohms than most others.

If it is sw you can get a replacement from summit. Should be a direct replacement available either way. We like pics!

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Default Re: '55 Tucker 443

Thanks guys for the input. I too found the Moog 817. I just figured there should be one that was closer to spec. I did find a skf that was almost exact with exception that the grease zerk was in one end. I thought of drill a hole in the locking plate/caps to correct that but thought it would weaken it too much.

I havent pulled my sender yet. I cant tell if the gauge is an SW or not. I had one of my guys retire at the end of the year. One guy down and too much to do. I have rehired and already planing next year. Hardest decision is Which cat to bring. Thanks guys.

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when I redid my 442----Kaman bearing for seals and bearings------and napa for u-joints
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