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quote:Originally posted by wickedace

Stens 125-153 Fuel Cap Replaces With Gauge Simplicity 2171252SM 171252SM 171252 2171252.This what I used to replace broken gages on the two Sovereigns I have.$14 at Amazon.


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id="quote">Those gauges will be too long for any B-Series tractor. The correct gauge for an early B-10 would be about 5-1/2" in length.

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