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Where to buy fuel pressure gauge??

Tried pelican/pepboys any ideas ?? I live in in los angeles.
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Earl's Plumbing has an outlet store called I believe Industrial Liquidators on Hawthorne Blvd. in Hawthorne/Lawndale.... That's where I would go. I bought a fuel gauge and fittings there for around $40.. They also have really cool old aircraft/shipping/heavy machinery instruments, vacuum tubes, old radio equipment, etc.. for sale there.. first come first serve stuff...

I find it hard to believe that we dont have them though. Did you contact John here? john@pelicanparts.com
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Also check in your local plumbing store. I don't think I'd trust a plumbing-type gauge in my car full time, but it should be more than sufficient for temporary mounting for testing purposes.

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The 'murican hotrodder/drag racer shops would have them too.
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homeboy depot.... go to the sump pump section, get a pressure gauge (about $10) then go get a barb fitting and install a piece of FI hose.....
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Got mine from Summit catalog - I don't recall exactly - 10 bucks maybe? Picked up a regulator as well and some fittings too "while I was there".......
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