My apologies- I wasn't clear. I've run through all that and know I need the values stated.
I was just hoping for a miracle suggestion of something that wasn't Airtex level garbage and closer to OEM.
Ok, well, I can help you with the Ford part number. You were trying to determine how E2060S crosses to F1UZ-9H307-A because other senders cross to almost identical part numbers.
The way Ford part numbers work is:
F1 = year, in this case, 1991 (this is the year the part was introduced not necessarily the model year of the vehicle it fits)
U = vehicle line, in this case, Econoline
Z = division/engineering department, in this case, Ford
9H307 = base part number, this would be for a fuel pump/sender/fuel delivery module
A = revision or variation or change level (sometimes this is two letters, AA, AB, and so on)
So all other senders that fit the 1991 Econoline would have identical Ford part numbers except for the last letter or two.