RCI 2161A Details
These premium heavy-duty RCI Fuel Cells use lightweight TIG-welded 5051 aircraft aluminum alloy with installed -8AN male pickup/return fittings and -8AN rollover vent fitting. The fuel cells have either a filler neck with cap or aircraft-style flush mount lid assembly. Most cells do not include safety foam.Features
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Is this tank baffled does it have a pick up tray.
Can you run 93 octane and over in this cell ?
Can this be used with a carbureted engine? It is for a 1979 Jeep J10
I have the Jeep TJ pump ring to put on this cell. Will I standard TJ pump fit without any modification to the pump and pickup or will I have to lengthen the pickup and float?
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