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FuelHawk Cessna 182 Fuel Gauge


- 17 customer reviews.

FuelHawk Cessna 182 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 standard tanks of 39 gallons usable per tank (for bladder tanks only!).

 

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Customer Reviews For FuelHawk Cessna 182 Fuel Gauge:
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Sunday, July 26, 2015
Probably for pre 182S models I think
by Anthony from Strathfieldsaye VIC Australia 

Review: Appears not calibrated for 182S tanks
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
by J R from Searcy AR USA 
Pros: Very useful
Cons: none
Review: Takes the guesswork out of fuel quanity. More accurate than gages. Should have bought it sooner.
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
by Robert Martin from Westmount QC Canada 
Review: It's easy to use and works well; however, the numbers wear off with use. This is my second purchase of a fuel hawk in about one year owing to the wear problem.
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Monday, March 25, 2013
by David from Los Alamos NM USA 
Review: I would buy this product again.
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Saturday, February 25, 2012
by Billy from Spring Hill TN 
Review: This is a simple device, works great. Accurate and is reliable.
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Monday, October 31, 2011
Really checking fuel
by James from Newton MA USA 

Pros: Does exactly what it says and does it well.
Cons: Should come with the drop-in preventer.
Review: We have two group-owned airplanes that we leave 3-gal-down from full when we park the plane in our hangar. This practice prevents grumbling about one owner paying for another's fuel, but to do it well, we needed an accurate measurement. This fuel stick works very well in the wet-wing C182 and moderately well in the bladdered C206, the difference being where the filler opening is. We used two SS hose clamps and washers with a polyethylene can lid to prevent the fuel stick from falling into the tank. Would we buy these again? Yes. In fact, we have bought spares.
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Friday, February 18, 2011
by Alfred from Salisbury NC  
Review: I used it today when I fueled the Skylane. I checked the quantity as i was fueling to gauge the accuracy of the Fuel Hawk. It seems to be relatively accurate. It is important that the plane be level when using it. It gives me greater confidence in my fuel on board.
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Sunday, September 05, 2010
Everyone should have one
by A Customer from Angola IN USA 

Pros: Easy to use
Cons: None
Review: Excellent tool, makes it easy to know exactly how much fuel is on board the airplane.
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Monday, July 19, 2010
works fine
by TERRY W from LEWISBURG TN USA 

Review: Appreciated the quik service.. of course its just a plastic tube so not a lot can go wrong..
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009
by Tony from Elkton MD USA 
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Friday, September 25, 2009
One size does not fit all
by Jason from Longview TX USA 

Pros: Durable, better than a stick
Cons: Not a perfect match
Review: I bought this for a 182A and B model. It isn't calibrated exactly for this plane. The stick that has been used in the airplane differs from the fuel hawk up until 15 gallons, then it matches perfectly. I still use it, but it isn't as accurate as I'd have hope.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Works Great
by John from Andover KS USA 

Pros: Easy of use
Cons: None
Review: The gauge is easy to use and easy to read. Very convenient.
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Works great and is easy to use
by Matthew from Miami FL USA 

Pros: Simple, easy
Cons: None
Review: Simple to use, easy to read, great product.
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Monday, December 22, 2008
I would buy this product again
by Ronald from Brentwood CA USA 

Pros: Durable
Cons: None
Review: Very accurate and durable when dropped.
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Monday, December 22, 2008
by Ronald from Brentwood CA USA 
Cons: None
Review: Very accurate.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Products are good - took two tries to get the right one
by David from Hugo MN USA 

Pros: Clearly marked and easy to use.
Cons: None
Review: The fuel gauges (C-172 and C-182) are easy to read and appear to be very well made. A good investment in always knowing how much fuel you're starting out with. The only problem I had was that MyPilotStore initially sent me the wrong C-182 gauge. There are two different gauges for different C-182s, but they are both described only as "Cessna 182 fuel gauge". Upon discovering that I had received the wrong one, I contacted MyPilotStore to return it. Service was excellent - they sent me a return authorization and prepaid shipping envelope, and no arguing. I would buy from these folks again.
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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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Previous Customer Questions For FuelHawk Cessna 182 Fuel Gauge:
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On Monday, January 24, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
We have a new C182T Nav III with 46 gal tanks installed. Do you have a dig gauge for that tank?
A: You would need to get the FuelHawk Universal Fuel Gauge -- Extra Long and do a manual calibration for those tanks.

On Friday, November 07, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
how fuel gauge works?
A: 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.


 

 

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