EMPI 3896 Pol. Stainless Steel Fuel Tank, 10x24 In., End Fill, 7.5 Gal
Universal Fit, Spun/Round Fuel Tank Style, Carbureted Fuel System Type, 7.5 gallons Capacity
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Highly Polished 100% Stainless Steel...Great looks and No Rust...ever! Stronger with a more durable finish - that won't dull - like polished aluminum. Available in 5 lengths, 10" diameter and include 2 polished stainless steel straps, stainless steel hardware, and a black plastic gas cap.
- 10" x 24"
- End location filler neck
- 7-1/2 gallon capacity (approximate measurement)
- Polished stainless steel
- Designed for Off-Road use
- Cap and straps included
Replacement Aluminum cap available as # 141-3538
Note: When installing a fitting or shut-off valve (not included- shown for illustration/reference ONLY), caution must be taken not to over-torque and crack or break the fuel outlet. (See alternate photo)
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