Radiator Overflow Tank Polished Stainless Steel 2" X 13" 20 Oz. Universal 1965-1973

CJ's Part Number: ROFT14

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Product Description

Stainless Steel 2" X 13" Radiator Overflow Tank Universal Fit for 1965-1973 Mustangs.

This universal tank is both functional and great looking.

-Round tubular design
-Polished stainless steel
-Mounting tabs attached for easy installation (9 1/4" from center of holes).
-20 oz fluid capacity
-2" diameter x 13" length
-Great solution for 1965-1973 Mustangs

*2" x 17" version also available.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Looks good but...
It looks great and works great. However, as with the other reviews, be careful of the threads. But if you take your time and be careful they won't be a problem. Another issue I have with it is that the filer pipe from the radiator does not a nipple or barb on the end. Even after tightening the clamp all the way down I could still move the hose around on the pipe. There hasn't been a problem with it coming off yet, but it's something that makes me a bit nervous. All in all, four stars.
Wes November 4, 2013
I love it on my 71.
great looking, easy install and makes the hotrod pop even more. I also greased the threads but seems to be fine if you take your time and mount it for easy access when filling.
Adrian March 27, 2013
Watch out for the thread
One of my favourite feature pieces of my engine bay, looks really trick. However, as said in the previous review, you've got to be careful of the thread. I lightly oiled it, and am careful when i unscrew/screw it to make sure i don't mess up the thread
Luke Tabone March 9, 2012
Not bad
Looks nice on the outside. the cap is not easy to thread, feels like a cross thread could happen very easily and would trash the weak threads. It is universal and I did use some of the hardware, but I did have to add a few things to make it work. the Slotted mounting holes worked well for lining up the tank to the radiator.
Michael J March 8, 2012
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