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OTB Gear 6854 Radiator Overflow Tank, Aero Cap, 14 Inch, Polished
OTB Gear 6854 Radiator Overflow Tank, Aero Cap, 14 Inch, Polished

OTB Gear 6854 Radiator Overflow Tank, Aero Cap, 14 Inch, Polished

Universal Fit, 14.00" Overall Height, Aluminum, Polished

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OTB Gear 6854 Radiator Overflow Tank, Aero Cap, 14 Inch, Polished
OTB Gear 6854 Radiator Overflow Tank, Aero Cap, 14 Inch, Polished
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OTB Gear Radiator Overflow Tanks are just about as stylish as they come! This Reservoir Tank is 14 inches tall, 2 inches in diameter, and features an Aero style cap. These tanks are constructed out of polished aluminum for a very slick look and are the perfect addition to your custom street rod or muscle car!
  • All show quality polished aluminum construction
  • Aero style cap
  • 2 part cap allows for proper alignment
  • Height 14" x diameter 2"
  • Made in the USA.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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