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Gas gauge for 3112 and 627

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steve-wis

Hello everyone!

 

I need to replace the gas cap/gauge on three of my tractors.  I found the one that fits the agco 918 on ebay, but can't find the shorter ones for the other two tractors, a 627 yeoman and a 3112V Sovereign.  Does anyone have a part number, or a source, for the shorter gauges?  The ones I am replacing are aprox. 6 inches and 4 1/2 inches long, but I think 6 inch would fit both tractors.  Any help is, as always, appreciated!

 

Steve

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SmilinSam
1 hour ago, dhoadley said:

That isnt the correct cap hes looking for. That one is for the plastic tanks on the newer stuff.....

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steve-wis

Sam is correct, the ones I need are 1 1/2 thread dia. not 2 inch like the ones in the link.  I found the longer ones for the bigger tanks, like the 1990's sovereigns but can't seem to find the shorter ones for the older tractors.  I know they were on ebay about a year ago but now can't find them.

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steve-wis

Well, found the numbers.  Agco Allis 918H gas cap gauge is part number 2171252sm, and are all over the place.  The older tractors with the shallower tanks take a gas cap gauge number 2156175sm.  Only one place on ebay has them, and they are $26 each.  They used to be readily available, wonder if they are old enough now that manufacturers are not making them any more?

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steve-wis

Thanks for the help, I finally found one seller on ebay with 13 of them left, a bit more than Jacks but free shipping.  Now I have good gauges on all 4 of the tractors, hope I am done for a long time!

 

Steve

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MrSteele

Not sure if they have it or not, but Brenda at Sandy Lake is a collector, knows your tractor inside and out. https://sandylakeimp.com/parts/

Have bought many things from her over the years, most new, some used. New parts are used the minute you crank the tractor, so I take her word on condition, and have never been upset by her choice

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