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Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap, Chrome, Undrilled
Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap, Chrome, Undrilled

Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap, Chrome, Undrilled

09-27 Ford Model T, 1.08" Overall Height, 6.27" Overall Length, 2"-18 Thread Pitch, Steel

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Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap, Chrome, Undrilled
Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap, Chrome, Undrilled
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MFG. Part #:
91112204
Overall Height:
1.08"
Overall Length:
6.27"
Thread Pitch:
2"-18
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Chrome
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Screws into stock filler necks.

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These Dog Bone caps are a reproduction of an original aftermarket accessory that were available during the Model T era. These cast chrome caps  are 6.27” long. The Dog bone style makes removing your radiator cap easier by giving you a more convenient area to grip and to twist turn the hot cap, as the arms are outboard and they cool off in the air. Many people like using it to add some style to your Model T.

Model T Dog Bone Radiator Cap

  • Fits 1909-1927 Ford Model T radiators
  • Screws into stock filler necks
  • 6.27" long (end to end)
  • Undrilled
  • Chrome finish

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Suggested filler neck gaskets available: 911-12222

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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