1932 Ford Replacement Radiator Cap, Chrome Finish
1932 Ford Model B, 1.13" Overall Height, 3.63" Overall Diameter, Zinc, Chrome
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These original style replacement radiator caps are for Ford passenger cars. They are NOT designed for pressurized cooling systems. Chrome finish.
- OEM style
- Chrome finish
- Not for pressurized cooling systems
Note: This cap comes with (2) oversized washers that can be used to secure it permanently to the grille shell. This is handy when the customer's radiator does not have a 'dummy' neck.
Learn more about cooling systems, how to choose the proper pressure cap, and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
- 3 ½” O.D.
- Chrome top is 13/16” tall from base to top of highest point
- Lock flange extends downward 3/8” into radiator neck
- Lock tabs are on the inside of the radiator neck similar to a gas cap and NOT on the outside like the later cars
- Cap has a 2 ¼” sealing surface O.D.
- Included are two permanent mount locking plates for attaching to the shell bezel when using a rear fill radiator
- Verify neck style on radiator to obtain correct cap for your application
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