Speedway Polished Radiator Coolant Overflow Expansion Tank, 3 x 10 In.
Universal Fit, 35.00 fl. oz. Capacity, 3" Overall Diameter, 10.00" 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
- 3" diameter and 10" height make this tank easy to find space to fit within your engine compartment
If you run a high compression or blower motor in your hot rod, you will need this tank. The big 3" diameter oversize tank gives you the added capacity needed. Attractive, stainless steel construction. Mounting hardware included.
- Useful anywhere a larger capacity tank is needed
- Use as an overflow tank from the radiator
- Cannot be pressurized
Learn more about cooling with recovery systems and how they work by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
NotesIncludes mounting tabs. This tank is not designed to be pressurized. Short tube is radiator overflow hose, long tube is for venting tank. CAP 1-9/16-18 THREAD
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