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Personally, I like the solution provided by a kitplanes columnist.  See the following page: http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/index.htm  In particular, see these three articles on capacitative fuel gauge (parts 1, 2, and 3):  http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0006/KP0006.htm    and    http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0007/KP0007.htm    and    http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0008/KP0008.htm
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Personally, I like the solution provided by a kitplanes columnist.  See the following page: http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/index.htm  In particular, see these three articles on capacitative fuel gauge (parts 1, 2, and 3):  http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0006/KP0006.htm    and    http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0007/KP0007.htm    and    http://www.rst-engr.com/kitplanes/KP0008/KP0008.htm

I agree with you and thank you for those links, they're very helpful.
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Thanks for the links

FYI the nylon shoulder washer is something used as an insulating washer for transistors.
These should be a available at most electronics stores, and can be different outer sizes.

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