Speedway Polished Radiator Coolant Overflow Expansion Tank, 2 x 17 In.
Universal Fit, 25 fl. oz. Capacity, 2.00" Overall Diameter, 17.00" Overall Height, Polished
- This expansion tank reduces loss of coolant and prevents pulling air into the system when cooling off
- Beautifully polished stainless steel construction for long lasting good looks
- 1/4" nipples on the bottom of the tank allow for easy hose connection to the radiator
- Billet screw on cap is knurled for extra grip
- 2" diameter and 17" height make this tank easy to find space to fit within your engine compartment
2" outside diameter, 1/4" O.D. nipples - works with any radiator. Stops loss of coolant and prevents pulling air into system when cooling off. Polished stainless steel expansion reservoir tank with screw-off cap.
- Heavy wall construction
- Billet screw in cap
- Clear neoprene seal
Learn more about cooling with recovery systems and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
911-02217 Instructions (PDF)
NotesIncludes mounting tabs. This tank is not designed to be pressurized. Short tube is radiator overflow hose, long tube is for venting tank. CAP 1-1/4-18 THREAD
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