Hagan Street Rods 45 OVC 45 Deg. Curve Series LH Hinge Oval Fuel Door
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Now you can make that old gas tank filler neck and cap go away with this easy flush mount gas door kit. Just select the style that would best fit to the surface and choose the design of the gas door with the hinge mount on the left or right side. This has a fuel spout that is 2" OD to accept a 2" ID fuel hose of your choice. Fuel hose not included. Can be mounted in steel or fiberglass.
- Includes housing, door, hinge, latch, gas cap, spout and install instructions
- Door is 4-3/4" x 3-1/2" oval
- The top is made of 18 gage mild steel
- The spout is 2" o.d. and 3-3/4" long
- Hinge is spring loaded to hold the door open and closed
- Latch is spring loaded and magnetic
Hinge location is based on the view that you're standing outside the vehicle ready to open the door
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