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AUSDip Fuel Tank DipSticks

AUSDip Fuel Tank DipSticks

A$28.55


  • Price A$28.55 Shipment cost 7.95 AUD
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We found that it was extremely hard finding items for the Australian market (European as well) in metric.  Dipping your tanks using a wooden dowl or buying a plastic gauge from the USA which indicated in Gallons were only the options... so we came up with a "AUSDip..Dip Stick" in Litres designed specifically for your Plane.

  • We will make them to order for your specific type of aircraft, GA, experimental/Home Built.
  • We can also do them in GALLONS if requested.
  • Rounded edges so no damage to Bladders
  • Very long Bright Orange Sash that can be hooked if you drop it in your tank!
  • You will be able to provide us exact measurements of indicators on your current "Dip Stick" and we will make one to your requests.
  • www.ausdip.com.au   

Also I encourage any feedback as well... yes we know the web site is clunky and getting the information... 🙂


Albury, New South Wales - Australia

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I prefer the ones that are T-shaped. If the cross bar of the T rests on the wing, you don't have to worry about if the bottom of the dipstick is on the actual bottom of the tank. 

Country Flyer

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Thanks good point... tried to look at something that could be added on as someone else mentioned this as well, but couldnt find anything approprite to fit and that would last... will keep looking. 

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hi

Hi

I have a Jabiru 170. What do I need to do before you can supply a suitable dipstick?

I don’t have any dipstick at present.

Thanks

Country Flyer

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Hi roscoe,

I have spoken with Jabiru in Brisbane (I think it was) and they seem to think it was tooo hard.  I dont know the Jab tanks, will look at one next week in one of the hangars at home.  I would assume you could simply obtain a piece pf wood, ruler etc and measure as you place fuel in..... 10 litres take a reading eg 20cm, 15 litre mark =28cm, 25 litre = 44cm etc. and simply provide those measurements to me.

Im not sure if its as simple as that in the Jab Tanks ??

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