Hi, bought a 2003 Dodge Durange (God, I love this ride) and filled
the tank, but what with the cost of gas today, I want to use what I
Suggestions of who to go to for a gas cap that locks and is not
something thrown together in the back of a chinese sweatshop?
> Your friendly neighborhood Dodge Dealer or do an online
> search. I got mine
> online for less than $20.
> > Hi, bought a 2003 Dodge Durange (God, I love this ride) and
> > the tank, but what with the cost of gas today, I want to use
> what I
> > BUY!
> > Suggestions of who to go to for a gas cap that locks and is
> > something thrown together in the back of a chinese
Stant makes them too and I have been using them for years with no
problems at all. Heck Mopar probaly does not even make them either and
just contracts it out to a "sweat shop".
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My dodge locking cap did well for many years (till I sold the truck
and kept the cap-key, LOL).
My compay truck is a Ford. Gas was getting siphoned off three times a
week. I bought a locking cap from ford. Didn't need the key to get
the cap off, but the gas-thieves just climbed up unbder the fender,
disconnected the hose from the back of the fill tube and siphoned the
gas out that way, lol. Flippin fords...
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