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FuelHawk Cessna 182 Long Range Fuel Gauge


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FuelHawk Cessna 182 Long Range Fuel Gauge

Direct readout gives instant gallons usable on a calibrated scale.  It's easy to use, simply insert slowly until FuelHawk touches the bottom of the tank.  Then place your finger firmly over the top of the opening to lock fuel in the tube.  Remove and instantly see a readout in gallons of usable fuel on a calibrated scale.

Specially designed for a Cessna 182 Skylane with 43.5 gallons usable per tank.

 

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Customer Reviews For FuelHawk Cessna 182 Long Range Fuel Gauge:
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Monday, September 11, 2017
Great Piece of mind
by CAPFlyguy from Indianapolis IN USA 

Pros: simple see through design
Cons: None
Review: Simple to check fuel levels in the tanks. Give me piece of mind that I know exactly how much fuel I have and so I can calculate the exact weight and balance.
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Works great
by Kelly from Hixson TN USA 

Review: Just the thing to keep in your flight bag
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Friday, December 30, 2016
Exactly What I Expected
by David from Topeka KS USA 

Review: Very durable and exactly what I was expecting.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
I would buy this product again
by Jerry from Danbury TX USA 

Pros: Easy to use, stores in pouch on backside of pilot seat
Cons: none
Review: It's quick, simple and very accurate
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Thursday, July 23, 2015
Handy Stick
by Bob from Little Rock AR USA 

Pros: Easy the use.
Cons: None
Review: The Fuel Hawk Gauge works great. No more guessing. I recommend it.
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Thursday, July 23, 2015
I would buy this product again
by Harold from Manning SC USA 

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Does the job
by A Customer from Cave Creek AZ USA 

Pros: resonably accurate as best I can tell
Cons: Needs a fitting on top to keep from dropping stick in the tank
Review: Needs a fitting on top to keep from dropping stick in the tank
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Monday, October 20, 2014
Works great
by John from Irmo SC USA 

Pros: Small, easy to read and easy to store away.
Cons: none
Review: Very accurate works as advertised.
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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Great product
by Sarah from Houston TX USA 

Pros: Everything
Cons: None
Review: It's perfect for doing what it is meant to do - reading the amount of fuel in the tanks. I like it a lot.
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Monday, August 05, 2013
valuable tool
by A Customer from Burlington MA USA 

Pros: simple to use and easy to read
Review: As most of us know, the only reliable fuel indication a pilot can get from the gauges is "EMPTY", so this simple add-on to my flight bag has proved to be of great value. Simple to use and easy to read, this product has met all my expectations and posted description. Please, just make sure to order the right one for the equipment you are flying, or adjust its scale, if you get the generic FuelHawk. The only suggestion I would make would be the introduction of some sort of wrist band attached to a collar on the top portion of the stick, to prevent any chance of having it sliding into the tank itself.
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Thursday, February 21, 2013
inaccurate but a good reference
by henry from henderson NV USA 

Pros: a good reference
Cons: not accurate enough
Review: I thought this device would be much more accurate, the tabs on my airplane are 34.5 gallons but the gage varies quite a bit not sure why
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
by Thomas from Trophy Club TX USA 
Review: Accurate measurement, takes any guesswork out of the picture.
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Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Don't Use the Wrong One!
by Donald from Plymouth NH USA 

Pros: accurate when you have the right stick
Cons: The wrong stick is still labeled C182 leading you to believe it is correct
Review: A club member had a 182 gauge stick that was not the correct one for our 1980 Turbo RG 182. It showed 10 gallons left when we had about 2 gallons left. I bought the correct model stick and got a real eye opener.
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Monday, August 08, 2011
Simple but works great.
by Roger from Chandler AZ USA 

Pros: Ridiculously easy to use. Stores easily in the airplane or your bag.
Cons: None
Review: What a simple concept for keeping you safe. It's always nice to know exactly how much fuel you have. Never ever trust the gages 100%.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
GREAT PRODUCT TO CHECK FUEL AND FUEL BURN
by SAWDUST63 from MOUNT GILEAD NC USA 

Review: GUAGES ON MY 182 WERE NOTORIOUSLY BAD. THE MORE YOU USE THE MORE CONFIDENCE YOU GAIN TO KNOW YOUR FUEL BURN.
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Thursday, March 10, 2011
I would recommend it to other pilots.
by A Customer from Cortez CO USA 

Pros: Simple to use
Cons: Some have trouble keeping fuel in tube when dipping, learning curve.
Review: Works great, we run with reduced fuel, so it nice to know exactly what fuel is in the tanks since you can't trust the gauges.
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Monday, June 28, 2010
Hand-held fuel gauge
by Jim from Newton MA USA 

Pros: easy to use and precise
Cons: gauges can fall into the tank
Review: The gauge is well calibrated, easy to read and very useful for knowing what you really have in the tanks. We share two planes among a group of owners and always leave them with just enough space at the top of the tank to avoid having fuel spilling out in the hangar -- about 1.5 g down. No way other than measuring the fill works. The only problem is that these "sipping straw" gauges can fall into the tank and they are something of nuisance to fish out. We solved this problem by putting a PVC container top above the last calibrating mark. The top is secured by two stainless hose clamps and two washers. Works well and won't fall in.
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Wednesday, March 12, 2008
I like this product but...
by Susan from Crystal Lake IL USA 

Pros: Accurwate, dependable, sturdy
Cons: Cunfusing packaging, numbers wear off
Review: The fuel tester is much more accurate than the Cessna fuel guages in the aircraft. On a 2000 mile trip it helped me accurately plan my fuel stops. At home, it also is very good for calculating partial fuelings when carrying a load. Although it is made of very sturdy plastic, the numbers and markings tend to wearm off after a few years. However the packaging is very confusing. You must rely on the verbage "Long-Range" and "Standard" rather than the capacity of the tanks each specifies. The "Standard" model indicates 43.5 gallon tanks, whereas the "Long Range" indicates 42 gallon tanks. GO figure. No one (the Pilot Store people or my mecahnic)could not give me a good explanation, nor was I able to locate the manufacturer.
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Friday, January 25, 2008
Peace of Mind!
by A Customer from Fort Worth TX USA 

Pros: Easy to read. No moving parts to wear out.
Cons: Haven't found any yet
Review: [This review refers to the FuelHawk Cessna 172 Long Range Fuel Gauge version] Ever looked into that deep, dark hole called a fuel tank and wondered just how much fuel is really in there? I always hated that and now there is no more wondering for me. I have a lot more peace of mind knowing exactly how much fuel is in each tank before take-off. I used the "stick method" in the past and all you really know is that you have 5" of fuel but how many gallons is that? How many inches per hour does your airplane use? I didn't know either. The fuel hawk gives you a readout in gallons which is useful information that you can actually use in calculations without having to guess. Great product!!
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Wednesday, July 21, 2004
by A Customer from Brockton MA 
Review: it is a good product, but could use a finger grip or knurling on the top to prevent slippage. Also, a spring loaded rubber stopper on the top would make the product easier to use.
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On Thursday, June 11, 2009 a customer asked:
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I have a C182P with long range tanks. Specifically, 80 gal total and 75 useable with 37.5 gal useable per tank. Is my best option to buy the universal fuelhawk and calibrate it myself since it appears that the two 182 options are not compatible with my airplane? Thank you! Jonathan
A: Yes, you would want to order the Universal Fuel Gauge as neither of the pre-calibrated 182 Fuel Gauges would work for you.


 

 

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