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Model T Gull Wing Cap, Chrome, Undrilled

Specs
Material Type:
Brass
Overall Height:
2.94
Overall Length:
5.75
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Chrome
Thread Pitch:
2"-18
Notes
Cap does not fit our Model T filler neck 91112221 or 91112220.
Model T Gull Wing Cap, Chrome, Undrilled

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What's in the Box

Graceful, swept-back wing shape adds class and style to any Model T. Screws onto filler neck.*

*NOTE: Cap does not fit our Model T filler neck 91112221 or 91112220.

Learn more about cooling systems, how to choose the proper pressure cap, and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.  

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1 questions : 2 answers

2 answers

pic of bottom please Really just want to cover the hole in the radiator shroud, can this attach some way?

burr
tallahassee fl
November 14, 2014

pic of bottom please Really just want to cover the hole in the radiator shroud, can this attach some way?

Answers

January 28, 2015
Rob67
You need to order a dummy neck to install. Check your catalog or call Speedway. They got the part.
November 17, 2014
EricM
Sorry we do not have a picture of the bottom of this cap. The bottom of this cap has external threads. It is hollow on the back side as well. It is made to screw onto a Model T radiator neck.
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