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Thread: FS: 911R Oil Tank, 901.107.750.00

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    FS: 911R Oil Tank, 901.107.750.00

    These tanks replace:
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #60 901.107.750.00 Oil container, complete [Ölbehälter] Qty: 1 NLA

    They are restoration-quality, identical copies of original tanks with correct internal tubes & baffles, rounded seams, and riveted steel necks. Welded aluminum necks are also available for a cleaner, more elegant look.

    They are sold bare and require the use of:
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #10 901.107.640.00 Strainer tube Qty: 1 NLA
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #11 900.123.057.30 Seal ring (for strainer tube) [Dichtring] Qty: 1 NLA
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #59 901.107.037.01 Cover for breather (Cap) Qty: 1 NLA
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #61 901.107.176.00 Magnetic screw (Drainplug) Qty: 1 SS 91110717603 PCNA List, 2021: $29.22
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #62 900.123.011.30 Seal ring (For drainplug) Qty: 1 PCNA List 2021: $2.90
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #64 901.107.790.00 Strap (Mounting) Qty: 1 NLA

    All of the hoses are NLA but can be assembled from aftermarket and Cohline parts:
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #12 901.107.350.00 Oil hose, Tank to Engine, U Bend (Strainer to #13 hose) Qty: 1 NLA
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #15 901.107.331.00 Oil pressure line, (from Engine, thru Filter, Thermostat, Cooler (frame tube exit) to Tank Qty: 1
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #33 901.107.338.00 Oil hose, Thermostat to Cooler (frame tube entry) & Thermostat to Tank Qty: 2
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #35 900.181.031.00 Flex hose for Engine bleeding (tank to ground) Qty: 1
    WET '67 911R Fig 1/06, #36 900.181.032.00 Flex hose for Container bleeding (tank neck to catch tank) Qty: 1

    Material: Aluminum, 5052
    Finish: Matte
    Weight: 1899.4 grams, 4 lbs, 3 oz

    The price is $1848.32 each. Shipping within the US is by USPS Priority "2-Day" mail with insurance required.
    International shipping is available.

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    Key Words: Ölbehälter, Olbehalter

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    Wow! That would sure take my 67 hotrod build up another level.
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    any idea what the stock SWB tank weighs?
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    Nice tank.
    Do you have pictures showing the back side of the tank?

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    I have one I can try to weigh. It’s light though. @fubawu
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    Re: FS: 911R Oil Tank, 901.107.750.00

    John / Fubawu
    I currently don't have an empty steel tank to weigh. Steel weighs 2.89x more than aluminum, so a ballpark calculation (different thicknesses & volumes) would be 1899.4 grams * 2.89 = 5489.3 grams or 12.1 lbs.

    blue72s
    I assumed that you were looking for the slight diagonal transition on the back where the tank starts to taper down so I took a second photo with oblique lighting to try to highlight it.

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    stunning work.

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    Can anyone point me to a thread on installing an "R" tank into a SWB car. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by mepstein View Post
    Can anyone point me to a thread on installing an "R" tank into a SWB car. Thanks
    A stunning tank Jim awesome workmanship almost looks like a late factory piece cut down haha , Mark there is a thread on Pelican from a few years back where Speedo in Colorado did a very thourough DIY on this install ...Bert

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    I'm very interested, Jay could you weigh the stock tank.
    This may be a no brainer for the weight savings alone.
    Nevermind the excellent build quality!
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    [B]911 1965 301946 Irish Green
    [B]911 1965 302962 Polo Red
    911 1965 300760 White SOLD
    911 1971S S/T 2.5
    914-6 1970 GT 2.3
    Look for me at a track near you!
    Early S Reg #2699
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