JEGS 20-Gallon Fuel Cell [Polished Aluminum]
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20-Gallon Fuel Cell - 24 in. L x 20 in. W x 10 in. H
- Constructed from aluminum and then polished for great looks and long life
- Specifications: 24” long x 20” wide x 10” high, 2” sump depth
- Includes 0-90 ohm sender, two -10 an male outlets, one -10 an male return, and one -10 an vent fitting
- Features flush-mount cap
- Made with high quality materials and assembly
This fuel cell does not have a roll-over vent valve, either port can be used as a return. The current foam in this cell is only compatible with gasoline-based fuels and must be removed when using Alcohol, Methanol, and Ethanol-based fuels (E-85, E-89, E-90, E-100, etc.) since the water content in alcohol-based fuels may cause the foam to break down. A roll-over vent valve is available for purchase separately. We recommend JEGS -10 AN external mount valve 555-15379
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