JAZ Products 892-116-01 Street Rod Fuel Cell, 16 Gallon, 19 x 19 x 12
Universal Fit, 16 gallons Capacity, 19" Overall Length, 12" Overall Height, 19" Overall Width
Seamless, one-piece, polyethylene fuel cell. Install your own fittings. Fuel cell has one 3/8" hole pre-drilled due to the injection mold process (located in the center of one side).
Note: Aircraft style cap shown in photo is sold separately of the fuel cell listed.
18.7" long, 18.7" wide, 12" 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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