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OER K107

Fuel Door Tension Spring 1967-1968 Firebird

OER K107


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OER K107 Fuel Door Tension Spring 1967-1968 Firebird $19.99
Fuel Door Tension Spring
  • 1967-1968 Firebird

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    OER Fuel Tanks are exact reproductions of the original fuel tank in your vehicle. OER gives you three materials to choose from stainless steel, zinc-coated steel or galvanized steel. OER also offers steel fuel tanks with a Ni-Terne coated finish that is comparable to traditional galvanizing. The Ni-Terne style fuel tanks are constructed from annealed cold-rolled steel that is processed with a thin flash coating of electrodeposited nickel that is then given a hot-dip lead-thin alloy coating that produces an OE appearance. This Ni-Terne coating protects both the interior and exterior surfaces of the fuel tank against corrosion. Each style of fuel tank is designed to meet or exceed OE specifications and meticulously made for a true, proper fit.

  • Reproduced to Exact Factory Specifications For Original Look and Fit
  • Durable Steel Construction
  • Your Choice of Galvanized, Zinc Coated, Ni-Terne Coated or Stainless Steel

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    1967-1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

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    K107 - OER Fuel Tanks & Accessories is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works but difficult to install The roll pin is really jammed into the bore on the spring. It's easy to damage upon removal. Now consider how difficult it is to install such a high press-in roll pin onto your fuel door. You've got to be extremely careful or you'll break off the tabs on the door that grasp the roll pin. On that zinc die cast door, those tabs are easy to break off. Maybe like me you're restoring your car and just repainted your fuel door. You're exerting a very high force on that roll pin (damaged [flattened at least on one end as you use pliers to pull and twist it out and it doesn't want to release) upon removal in the first place) and you're highly likely to scrap a precious piece of your restoration and completely redo a new door. Imagine what I loss that would be. Bottom line - they need to address that roll pin press fit. Besides that, it works as it should but gosh - does it have to cost so much for such a puny spring?
    Date published: 2017-05-18
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