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Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs

Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs

Universal Fit, 2.625" Overall Height, 3.14" Overall Length, 2.625" Overall Diameter, Steel

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Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
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Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
Stant 10372 High Pressure Racing Radiator Cap, 21-25 Lbs
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MFG. Part #:
10372
Overall Height:
2.625"
Overall Length:
3.14"
Overall Diameter:
2.625"
Pressure Rating:
21-25 lbs
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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Each
GTIN Code:
033342004047

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Stant racing radiator caps are used by all the top NASCAR teams. They are best high pressure radiator caps you can buy! The Stant 10372 has a 21-25 psi pressure rating and is designed for open systems on racing vehicles.

Learn more about how to choose the proper pressure radiator cap and how they work by reading our tech article, Cooling System Principles

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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