GM Truck Fuel Tank Filler Necks
JEGS 78847 is a direct replacement fuel tank filler neck for a 1984-1987 Chevrolet and GMC C/K Series Crew Cab & Fleetside Trucks. This unit is made of steel to exceed OE standards and coated with a black epoxy finish to inhibit rust. It is a perfect replacement for your worn, leaking, or rusted-out stock filler neck.
- Mounting flange: 3 3/4 in. O.D. x .050 thickness & 3 #8 screw holes
- Ground Strap: 13 in. overall length x 1/4 in. wide with 3/8 in. I.D. mounting eyelet
- Vent Hose Connection: 3/4 in. L x 5/8 in. O.D.
- Requires thread in fuel cap
Direct-Fit Fuel Tanks and Accessories
JEGS takes pride in offering the highest-quality replacement Fuel Tanks and accessories that mount into the exact location of the original units.
Fuel tanks are manufactured from electroplated zinc-nickel steel and painted with a silver epoxy primer to help prevent rust.
Lock rings have a silver zinc-plated stamped mild steel construction, while the O-rings and fuel hoses consist of fuel-resistant rubber.
Filler Necks are made to factory OEM specifications for a perfect fit and painted in a black epoxy finish to protect them from the elements and prevent rust.
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