Fuel Safe DS122-T Top Fuel Cell, 22 Gallon
Universal Fit, 22 gallons Capacity, Black
- Has a 22 gallon capacity and is finished in a subtle black
- Specially designed to be the most durable safety fuel cells available on the market today
- These fuel cells have been used in NASCAR, Indy Cars, Sprint Cars, Trophy Trucks, boats, and so on
- Built with a proprietary construction process, along with the most technologically advanced materials
Fuel Safe, a division of ARM, has been designing and manufacturing racing fuel cells for more than 30 years. They build the most competitive, safest, and most durable safety fuel cells available on the market today. All of their safety fuel cells are hand fabricated at their Redmond, Oregon facility by highly skilled American craftsmen who are as passionate about racing as you are.
By using a highly developed proprietary construction process, along with the most technologically advanced materials and workmanship, Fuel Safe continues to set the standard in the racing industry for speed and safety. From NASCAR to Indy Cars, Sprint Cars to Trophy Trucks, boats to airplanes and everything in between, if it races, they can... or more likely do... build its fuel cell.
- Top fuel cell
- 22 Gallons
- Sold Individually
As this tank does not include fuel cell safety foam, it is not approved for use with the Lucas Oil Late Model Series.
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