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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 14th, 19, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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67-68 fuel tank sending unit differences

Was looking at Delco fuel tank sending units and was wondering what is the different between 6428068 (this is the replacement number since 1975 when GM switched from 6427255) and this fuel sending unit I saw at HBC: 6428845? They both say 67 camaro with a 3/8 fuel line, although the 6428845 also says 68 & 69.



Anybody have any idea of the differences, if any? Both are one line only, no return.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 15th, 19, 06:13 AM
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Re: 67-68 fuel tank sending unit differences

Sixty-seven is 5/16 inch fuel line as '68-'69 are 3/8 inch fuel line.

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Re: 67-68 fuel tank sending unit differences

67's with 250's and 2 barrel 327's were 5/16 as what mine was (until about 25 years ago), # 6428069. My understanding is that later 67's were all 3/8.

That being said, both sending units I am questioning above are 3/8's.


1967 AIM shows:
6427255: V8 until 1973 when it changed to 6428068

6427256: L6 until 1973 went the number changed to 6428069


So where does 6428845 that HBC is selling for a small fortune come from?
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Re: 67-68 fuel tank sending unit differences

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So where does 6428845 that HBC is selling for a small fortune come from?

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Re: 67-68 fuel tank sending unit differences

I would agree except they are both 3/8 NOS Delco fuel senders, just that one is $200 and the other is 300.
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