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Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by gravy, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. gravy

    gravy Member

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    Hello fellow roamer mates,

    I hope the beginning of summer boating has been good for everyone. I have my 37 Riviera Roamer 1966 that has a pair of Ford 427 side oilers, and I'm looking for the oil sending unit that screws onto the motor. My gauges are Stewart Warner, and I haven't had any luck finding my units. If anyone can help me or direct me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.

    Over the winter I pulled my port engine out to have it rebuilt. It was a tight fit seeing as how I have the extended hard top. I will try to attach photos of it coming out of the boat.

    Thanks again,

    Gravy

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  2. Capt J

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    Try Lauderdale Speedometer in Fort Lauderdale. You need to know if it's a single station or dual, and the range of the gauge for example 0-60psi.......You can get a Stewart Warner sender for the station and range, you may need an adapter that the sender screws into for the right thread size......
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