Exclusively available from Lowbrow Customs, the Spinner Gas Cap and Competition Gas Cap are just two of many custom motorcycle gas caps we offer for Harley-Davidson Sportsters and Big Twins as well as modern Triumph motorcycles, such as the T100 Bonneville T120, Thruxton and Scrambler. These investment-case, aluminum gas caps have a ratcheting base which allows you to install the cap and have it face the right way on your gas tank when fully tightened.
Check out the Lowbrow Customs YouTube channel to check out all of our videos. We spend a lot of time and effort creating motorcycle how-to videos, product reviews and event coverage for your enjoyment, please let us know what you think by commenting below. Click here to subscribe to the Lowbrow Customs YouTube channel and stay in the know!
Photos of Custom Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Gas Caps
Lowbrow Customs Finned Gas Cap on a 1975 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead chopper
Harley-Davidson chopper showing off a Spinner Gas Cap on a P-Nut Gas Tank
A customer's 2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna FXD sporting a Black Competition Gas Cap from Lowbrow Customs.
Custom Harley Sportster parts, such as the Spinner Gas Cap paired with the stock gas tank, can give a bike it's own style.
You can read a full transcription of this video below:
Hi, I'm Tyler with Lowbrow Customs, here in our showroom at Lowbrow Customs headquarters in Brunswick, Ohio USA. I wanted to show you some new gas caps we offer. They fit Harley-Davidson gas tanks from 1996 to current. There are two designs, one being the Competition Gas Cap and the other being the Spinner Gas Cap.
They're available in two finishes, polished aluminum, as well as black. A nice detail about these gas caps, is that they have a ratcheting mechanism that allows you to face the cap directionally. For instance, you don't have your fuel cap that is crooked and if you're OCD, like me, driving you nuts the entire time you're riding your motorcycle.
On this gas tank, which is a Cycle Standard Frisco Mount Sportster Gas Tank, which was painted by Scott Takes, I'm going to show you how the cap works here. You've got one of these spinner gas caps, you would simply back it off to loosen it. You install it and screw this in. It'll get tight and you will hear the ratcheting mechanism click, so you know your cap's completely tight. Then, you're able to back it off and it's going to stay in place and face whatever direction you might want it to. These, as well as many other styles of gas caps, are available at lowbrowcustoms.com, thank you.