Prevent Rear End Leaks At The Track
This 2005-2014 Mustang JLT rear axle expansion tank is perfect for road racing and auto-x applications. This kit mounts on your rear axle and connects to your rear end breather vent to catch and recirculate your gear oil. During heavy performance driving, your axle fluid can expand and spit out of the vent which could cause leaking onto the track. With a rear axle expansion tank, the included hose captures this fluid and stores it into the tank and then flows back down after cooling.
JLT has manufactured this kit to withstand the demands of harsh driving conditions for an easy to install, durable addition to your track Mustang. This expansion tank is made from high quality aluminum and is fully tig welded to hold up to extreme temperatures and driving. With CNC fittings and an oil rated push loc hose, you eliminate the chances of leaks from your axle.
- Fits 2005-2014 Mustangs
- Will Not Fit GT500s w/ Optional Rear End Cooler
Nice workmanship... Welds are very nice, sounded like just the cure for my problem. Unfortunately it did not solve the problem. After reading all the hype about how this was made to solve some leakage problems at the track, I really thought I had found the cure for the gear lube all over the back end of my Shelby. Installed it on a Tuesday and went on a 350 mile trip on Wednesday only to find gear lube all over the back end of my Shelby. Highly disappointed, feels like a waste of money to me.
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I bought this car for $500!!! The previous owner had an engine compartment fire then parked it in his garage for years to fix it someday. Sadly he passed away before he got the chance to start the pro...