JAZ Products 200-012-NF Polyethylene Fuel Cell, 12 Gallon
Universal Fit, 12 gallons Capacity, 17.5" Overall Length, 10" Overall Height, 16" Overall Width
- Has a D-ring bail handle cap assembly
- Measures 17-1/2" long, 16" wide, and 10" deep
- They are NHRA, IHRA, SCORE, and DIRT approved
- This polyethylene cell has a 100% seamless cell construction
- Features one -8 AN pick-up fitting and one -8 AN vent/tip-over valve fitting
JAZ makes the best polyethylene fuel cells on the market! This 100% seamless polyethylene cell features one -8 AN pick-up fitting and one -8 AN vent/tip-over valve fitting. These fuel cells contain a pickup tube. All cells are NHRA, IHRA, SCORE, and DIRT approved.
- Seamless cross-linked polyethylene outer shell
- D-ring bail handle cap assembly
- 360 degree mouting strap recesses
- Does not include fuel cell safety foam
Item Details17-1/2" Long, 16" Wide, 10" Deep
NotesTech Tip: Carefully determine the size of fuel cell needed. Depending on the capacity, a full fuel cell will generally weigh between 100 and 200 lbs. Buy the optimum size fuel cell to best accommodate weight bias and fuel consumption.
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