Speedway Polished Billet Aluminum Oval Fuel Fill Filler Door
Universal Fit, 4.25" Overall Height, 6.50" Overall Length, .38" Overall Thickness, Aluminum
- Billet aluminum fuel fill doors work great in a pick-up bed or any flat surface
- Access door itself measures 5-1/2" long and 3" wide
- Premium polished aluminum construction adds style while offering maximum support
- Mounting hardware included: four studs, nuts and nylon washers
- No gas cap, gas filler or instructions are included
These billet aluminum fuel fill doors work great in a pick-up bed or any flat surface. Can be flush mounted. Oval.
The access door itself measures 5-1/2" long and 3" wide
The hole needed for mounting is approximately 1/8" smaller than the total length and width to allow a nice finished appearance when installed.
Includes studs, nuts and nylon spacers. No gas cap, gas filler or instructions are included.Mounting hardware included: four studs, nuts and nylon washers.
Item Details6-3/4" x 4-1/4"
This oval access door can work well for fuel filling and other types of access, like a floor-mount master cylinder.
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