Products to Compare (max of 3)
X
Compare These Parts
Talk to the Experts. Call 800.979.0122, 7am-10pm, everyday.
Customer Service
Since 1952
in
in
  • Expert Tech Support
  • Huge Inventory
  • Fast Shipping
Talk to the Experts. Call 800.979.0122
Shop By
Support
Account
Street Race Truck More... The Toolbox
Add to Cart
$16.99
1949-1953 Flathead Ford V8 Thermostat
1949-1953 Flathead Ford V8 Thermostat

1949-1953 Flathead Ford V8 Thermostat

1.48" Overall Height, .81" Mounted Height, Steel, Not Gasket(s) Included

7 Reviews | 4 Answered Questions
In Stock
Can Ship FREE
Select your vehicle to verify fitment.
Select Vehicle
1949-1953 Flathead Ford V8 Thermostat
1949-1953 Flathead Ford V8 Thermostat
Zoomed In Image
Part # 91015802
$16.99
each
Quantity:
Add to Cart
Call to Order
Add to Buildlist
Compare

Details
Reviews
Q&A
Videos & Articles

Important Messages:

  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.

Details

MFG. Part #:
Select Degree to see
Overall Diameter:
Select Degree to see
Overall Height:
1.48"
Mounted Height:
.81"
Temp. Range:
Select Degree to see
Material Type:
Steel
Gasket(s) Included:
No
Sold in Quantity:
Each

Info

Don't let your old flathead boil over – keep it running cool with new thermostats from Speedway. These thermostats sit in the water outlets on the top of the head, with the hose coming down over the water outlets, holding the thermostats in place. Remember, every flathead needs two of these!

  • OEM replacement
  • Two thermostats required for each engine
  • Available in 160° F or 180° F
  • Fits 1949-1953 Ford and Mercury flathead V8s

Learn more about the importance of the thermostat with cooling systems and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.

 

Specs


Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

Related Products

More Like This

Reviews

Q & A

Videos & Articles
  • Is your engine overheating? You've invested all that time and effort, but your gauge is still reading in the red. Let's take another look at the basics and make sure you're getting the best performance possible out of your cooling system.
  • Kevin W. walks through each step of installing a new alternator bracket on a 454 Big Block Chevy.
  • The process of changing out a heater core in a 1957 Bel Air. This article discusses the assembly of parts and important tips to remember while changing out a heater core.

You May Also Like

Suggestions
Error
Note
Ok