Re: Case Fuel Sight Guage
Sorry, I didn't do a very good job on this post. I am lacking in details to the point of confusion.
I linked to a part and that part is a plastic tee for 1/4" fuel line. The tee is screwed into the bottom of the tank where there is a 90-degree fitting now. So, instead of one outlet on the bottom of the tank, there is two.
So, one end of the clear line goes to the tee on the bottom of the tank. The other is open, at least a tiny bit. What I did is I had some 1/4" round stock that I ground a flat on one side. I stuck the round stock into the end and the flat spot allowed the line to vent. This is needed to see the fuel level.
The other ways it could be done are numerous. You could add a tee into the fuel line anywhere on the tractor. This would allow you to put the clear fuel line anywhere on the tractor at the same level as the fuel tank and know how much fuel you have left. That includes the dash tower.
If the clear fuel line at the tank was connected to the tee on the bottom and then a second bunghole for a fitting was added to the top of the tank, the clear line would be able to be a closed loop.
Hopefully, this helps.