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Yellow Gas Can Cap That Fits Your Vintage Blitz Spout - 25 Singl

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Keeps dirt/debris out of your gas cans! Keeps your carburetors clean! No more gas fumes in your car after filling the gas cans at the station! Made in the USA - Fall Branch, TN out of Polypropylene Plastic Vintage to new, we have the cap for you! Never lose your Yellow Cap again! Fits Blitz, Kolpin, Rotopax, Scepter and others Replacement Gas Can Yellow Cap amp; Gas Can Vent ** FREE SHIPPING to the lower 48 states (+ Alaska amp; Hawaii} – Ships in 24 hours or less and will arrive within 2 to 5 days, depending on your location** (designed to fit the vintage Blitz gas can spouts) VENT INSTALLATION: Pre-drill (with a 1/16" drill bit) a small hole on top of the can, opposite side of the spout. Choose an area where the vent will be above the "full" line.  Drill the final hole with a (31/64"), 1/2" is close enough, boring bit. Be gentle when drilling, and check can for any debris! Now that you have your 1/2" hole, install the vent by pushing firmly to seat or by tapping gently with a hammer. You may receive vents with a closed diaphragm, depending on the supplier, if this is the case we suggest using a paperclip to poke ~5 holes in the venting area (diaphragm). This will keep dirt from getting in through the vent, while still allowing air to pass through. If you want maximum air flow, drill the diaphragm out with a 7/64” bit. You are now ready to vent.

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