Round Chrome Radiator Pressure Cap, 15 Lbs
Universal Fit, 15 psi Pressure Rating, Steel, Chrome, 2.39" Overall Diameter
- 15 psi pressure rating
- Chrome finish
- 1-1/2" O.D. interior sealing surface
- 2-2/3" exterior O.D.
- Fits most standard radiator necks
Pressure caps for radiators featuring 15-pound capacity. Chrome finish.
- 2-3/8" O.D. of cap top
- 2-1/4" I.D. of cap top
- Will fit a standard radiator neck
- Sealing surface (which sits inside the neck) is 1-1/2" O.D.
- Cap sides are 7/16" tall
Learn more about cooling systems, how to choose the proper pressure cap, and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
While this cap is chrome plated for durability, it may not meet standards of a premium, "show" quality finish.
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