The DIY Gas Tank Fuel Sight Gauge Kit from Lowbrow Customs. What makes our kit different than others available? Start with the smooth 90 degree fittings, chromed brass, 1/8" NPT x 1/4" hose barb, made in the USA. Mild steel tophat 1/8" NPT bungs, easy to weld, drill a 5/8" hole and drop them in and they held in place perfectly by the flange. Stainless steel hose clamps with stainless screw, made in the USA, and then polished to a show quality finish. 10" of high-quality 1/4" ID polyurethane clear fuel line, this is very flexible and has excellent fade and abrasion resistance.
Check out the Gas Tank Fuel Sight Gauge Kit install article in our DIY Tech Tips section!
Lowbrow Customs is proud to be distributed in the U.S.A by Drag Specialties. Drag part # 0706-0224
zac - 01/05/2014
Pros - Looks great an very nice to see how much fuel I really have.
Cons - After everything was welded in place the elbows would not thread in all the way.
Good kit needs alittle elbow grease to get it how I had it pictured in my head but it turned out great.
Spoada - 07/11/2013
Pros - Just what I need for my 67 Bonne. Bobber project. When the tube yellows out it will blend into the Paucgho tank that will be painted Copper.
Everything was as stated and it looks like it will be what I wanted for the bike.
brandon - 05/06/2013
Pros - looks sharp
Cons - pipe threads are super tight, dificult to thread in elbow
Kit looks sharp, but the pipe threads are super tight making it difficult to thread the elbows in... Overall, though, great kit, supper comms and fast shipping..
gerard daly - 04/03/2013
Pros - fittings hose
Cons - hose clips not pretty
all ok except hose clips looked ugly. i changed to petrol pipe fittings and all is well.
brandon - 12/27/2012
Parts came in a timely manner. Machined bungalow looked great. Sold bike after completion, so I'm unsure of how well ot held up. I'm sure it worked out great like the rest of lowbrow parts.zj
rumple stillskin - 01/30/2012
Pros - very easy to install.
Cons - my clear tube is super yellow now, kinda expected that though. 90 degree fitting snapped off and had to be welded and drilled... my fault? yeah probably
i wish there was an 80 degree or so fitting for curves on tanks. the 90 is rough looking for short tubes. i learned a lot doing this myself.
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