OTB Gear 6443 Remote Brake Fluid Reservoir, Satin
- Can run lines out of the bottom or backside surfaces
- Measures 3.50" in overall height, 4" wide, and 2" long
- The unique sprocket style caps look like intermeshed gears
- It is expertly machined in the U.S.A. of premium aluminum materials
- This dual brake fluid reservoir blends well with traditional or contemporary engine compartments
A tastefully designed dual brake fluid reservoir that blends well with traditional or contemporary engine compartments. You can run your lines out of the bottom or backside surfaces. Unique sprocket style caps look like intermeshed gears. Expertly machined in the U.S.A. of premium aluminum materials.
- Satin finish
- Aluminum construction
- 3.50" overall height
- 4" overall width
- 2" overll length
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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