|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||10331|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10331|
|OEM Part Number||10331|
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Stant 10331 Lev-R-Vent Radiator Cap - 16 PSI Vented
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Stant LEV-R-VENT radiator caps fit in the smaller spaces of today's engines, while providing a pressure release lever and may fit on applications where older, larger-shell caps may not. A tab on the bottom of the lever interlocks with the filler neck to prevent removal of the cap until the lever is lifted. When the lever is lifted, the entire pressure valve is lifted off the lower sealing seat in the filler neck, harmlessly venting pressure through the overflow tube
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The Murray which does share a few similarities (but not many) is by far a lesser version of this.
Don't let the looks or belief of them being 2 peas from the same pod fool you.
I did a decent comparison between the 2 & this is a real winner.
The Murray began leaking within a few weeks of purchasing & the tab on it did not work as it was supposed to (it only helped to unlock but not release the pressure).
This Stant version uses rivets instead, a slightly thicker gasket set, the red plastic lever is beefier & the metal is of better construction.
It held tighter, fit better (even on a replacement radiator) & does not seem to be discoloring (installed several months ago).
Well worth the upgrade from a conventional radiator cap.
http://www.amazon.com/Lisle-24680-Spill-Free-Funnel/dp/B00A6AS6LY , I was finally able to get the heat working properly again.