Speedway Billet Aluminum Fuel Filler Neck w/ Pop-Up Gas Cap
Universal Fit, 1.6" Overall Height, 2.5" Outside Diameter, Aluminum, Polished
- This pop up flush mount gas cap is perfect for the hot rodder looking for a sleek and simple to install filler cap
- 2 1/2" diameter is easy to fit into tight spaces
- 1-1/2" filler hose connection makes routing hose to your fuel tank quick and easy
- Cap can be left popped up or press down on the cap and it will click into the flush position
- Non-vented cap will not leak or allow fuel to splash out
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Polished billet aluminum pop-up flush mount gas cap is 2-1/2" O.D., 1.600" tall, and works with a 1-1/2" hose.
- Can be left popped up or flush down against the body
- Works with 1-1/2" filler neck hose
- Non-vented cap design - gas tank vent is recommended
The Pop-Up gas cap, 910-12521, does not have a vent hole. Some air might get past the threads that hold the cap on, but there is no dedicated venting passage.
910-12521 Dimensions (PDF)
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