|Item Weight||3.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 3 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||10591|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10591|
|OEM Part Number||10591|
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Stant 10591 Locking Fuel Cap
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- A quality locking mechanism deters fuel theft and vandalism
- Original equipment performance and safety standards
- OEM quality construction and materials
- Replacing an old, leaky or missing gas cap can save as much as a gallon of gas every 15 days
- A new gas cap can pay for itself in less than three months.
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Stant locking gas caps are OEM quality both in construction and materials as well as deterrent to fuel theft and vandalism. A gas/fuel cap performs three very important functions; safety of the vehicle's occupants, fuel economy and reduce emissions. Safety: Without a fuel cap, gasoline vapors will be present around your car at all times. Those vapors can be ignited by a random spark or flame and are very dangerous if you are involved in an accident or rollover. Fuel Economy: According to Sun Oil Company research, a vehicle with a missing or inoperative fuel cap will allow 176 pounds (22 gallons) of gasoline to evaporate over the period of one year. Emissions: Gasoline vapors emit hydrocarbons which dissolve the earth's ozone layer and cause smog.
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Due to this odd design, I knocked one star off. It feels a little cheap but then again... it was price wise. Unless you throw it on the ground, stomp on it and run it over with your car, it should hold up fine under normal use.
One last thing I dislike, the keys I got with it do NOT say "GAS" on them like the photo shows and like other lock gas cap keys do. Instead it shows a lock code which is also shown on the outside of the lock cylinder. Presumably so you can order a replacement key if yours gets lost? That seems to defeat the purpose of security to some extent if any schmo can walk around with a key ring of gas cap keys and look at yours to see if he has one to fit it.
It works great, as long as you use it right.
It works based on a quarter turn mechanism to unlock the gas cap, so you turn the key 1/4 the way and the cap locks in and can turn counterclockwise, afterwards you have to turn the key back to the locked position before you can remove the key. My only real gripe is that with the small amount of space in the fuel door compartment, it's tough to get my fingers in to turn the cap with the key sticking out, but thinking about it from a design perspective... there's no real better way to do that.
So, all in all, this is a great product if you, like me, don't have a locking fuel door and you would like to keep your gas in your gas tank and sugar, potatoes, and cheeto's out.