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It's the fuel gauge... or what's left of it. The lens is probably still installed on the tank and it appears that the white plastic part where the pivot/hinge is, broke off.

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The one on the right of your picture is the fuel strainer. It sits inside the filler neck and filters out crud from gasoline as you pour it.
 

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might be cheaper to replace the whole tank with after market if the gen company does not have a parts program....
or have a friend with a 3 d printer make the part?
 

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Those gauges are generic. Here are a couple of variations from Amazon with slightly different float arm length.



I am also replacing the gauge on th gen I'm working on. But because of the shorter float arm length on the new one, I will need to transfer the old arm to the new lens.

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