1930-1931 Ford Model A Radiator Pressure Cap
5-7 psi Pressure Rating, Stainless Steel, Polished, 1.20" Overall Height, 2.44" Hole Diameter
These 1930-1931 Ford radiator caps are a quarter-turn twist on and feature a stainless steel finish. These caps will look and fit great on top of your original or custom Model A car or pickup radiator.
- Quarter-turn twist on
- Stainless steel finish
- Smooth, polished top
- Side grooves for easy grip
Learn more about cooling systems, how to choose the proper pressure cap, and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
Item DetailsQuarter-turn, twist-on
- Inner diameter of bottom opening: 2.44"
- Mounts using a male twist in mechanism
- Width of the ears are 1.8"
- Round portion of twist in: 1.4375 (1-7/16)"
- Each ear protrudes out approx: 0.25"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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