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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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Wanted: Jaeger Fuel Sender For '69 Gtv

I'm trying to get my fuel system up to snuff. I need a fuel sender for my '69 US Spec SPICA injected GTV. I have Jaeger gauges. Any leads welcome.

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 10:22 PM
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Er... just order one from IAP. $58.

They're apparantly out of regular production, so it took 5 months from the time I ordered it to the time I got it a few months ago, but be patient, and it'll come. It's actually a sender from a later Spider with an extra in-tank fuel line attached, but I just capped this off and it works perfectly with my Jaeger gauge. If you're very particular about the looks of the sender, you could cut the tube off and solder/braze the hole shut.

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Thanks for the reply. I've tried Centerline and IAP. They are both out and have no certain delivery date. I thought I'd try here.

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I have about 40 different fuel senders, all NOS, but I'm really only familiar with the Veglia version for my early 105 Sprint GT. If you would post a photo of the sender you need and include any relevant measurements then I'll take a look in the box for you.
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Dale,

Yeah, I got the same story from both places when I ordered mine in September of last year. But I placed the order anyway, forgot all about it, and was pleasantly surprised 5 months later when it arrived in the mail. So, I still think its worth a shot. Who knows... it might arrive just in time for X-mas!

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The nichrome wire in the sender breaks at one of the winding corners rendering these units worthless. If some one could find the wire and rewind the resistance unit, there could be a market out there for an in-home business. I have two units I could send to someone in exchange for one rebuilt. Then you could have a unit to sell. Exchange for a core.
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post #7 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-18-2009, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Regretfully, I do not have a picture I can share.

The part number from the Alfa Romeo parts book is: 105.48.32.502.00

Centerline has a good picture of the sender.

If you have one, that'd be great.

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Have you tried the European suppliers?....like...

Alfa-Service

- fuel system

Alfa Romeo Fuel and Carburettor System at ALFAHOLICS. Classic spares, parts & cars.

....to name a few...


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Dale,

I'm pretty sure I've found one in my big box of fuel senders, NOS. I left my camera at a friend's house last night but I'll pick it up later and take a photo for you.

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I need one too... I'd love to help with pics - but this is what came out of my tank

My car is a US 72, but with Euro intake manifold and Webers with 1300 style air intake - truely and odd ball



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Thanks for looking for the fuel sender for me. Did you have any luck? Eager to get my baby going. Thanks, Dale

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Seems this sender is getting harder to find. Can the electrical component be rebuilt? Any shop recommendation?
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OK, here's what I have. These are marked: " T 12V W Z0 01006 (symbol)". Inlet tube length measured from cap to bottom of mesh is about 7 3/4". No Jaeger marking that I can see, but these are the ones from my collection which most closely correspond to the version pictured on the Centerline website.

One is NOS, the other has seen light use. Both dry stored since at least the mid-1980s. I'll throw in a NOS sealing ring too (as pictured). If interested, EMAIL me directly (no PM's, please).

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post #14 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-16-2009, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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I guess true replacements for the 105.51 aren't made anymore. The originals didn't have the tube coming out the top.

Anyone know about this?

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We have all fuel senders back in stock now at Centerline!
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