WANTED Fuel Sender 1977 Road Runner

FMJ Body Parts Wanted

  1. gearhead01

    gearhead01 Member

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    Hello All:

    I am looking for a Fuel Sender Assembly for a 1977 Volare Road Runner. Non-emissions preferred. 2-7/8" diameter flange.

    New or used.

    Please PM me here and let me know what you have.

    Thank you, John
     
  2. XfbodyX

    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the information. I am looking for a unit i can modify for larger pick up tube.

    I will look through the different items. Are any of them yours?

    Thank you, John
     
  4. BudW

    BudW Moderator Staff Member

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    There was a mid-year change in ’77 for F-body (H, N) for fuel tanks and senders.
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    “F, G” are for M-body
    BudW
     
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    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    Just get the repop ebay unit for either the early f up till 4-77 or the later non hump tank, like $40, its simple to put a larger or second picup tube in the unit. The try to save the old ring you remove from your tank as its a hair thicker and stronger then what come with the repop, the repop has gasket as well.

    Im sure you know and its simple, if you have the recessed spare tire well in your truck its early hump tank, if your trunk bottom is flat and your spare mounts up under the package try its the newer non hump.
     
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    BudW Moderator Staff Member

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    As to what XfbodyX was saying, the older style is referred to the hump style tank and he newer is a flat style. The trunk floor also has different shape because of the fuel tank hump and can be a faster way to determine your tank style.

    This is my early ‘77 (wagon) trunk floor (with hump style tank):
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    Notice the tire hole is round and won't fit anything more than a tire.

    This another forum members (wagon) trunk with the late ’77-89 trunk floor:
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    Here you can put lots of things along side of the spare tire.

    The wagon part makes no difference except for “other trim”.
    BudW