Moon Chopper Oil Tank

Dean Moon left us in 1987. His passion was for cars. Since the mid 40’s, from his first aluminum fuel block to his worldwide famous spun aluminum wheel discs his products have equipped most racers and hot-rodders . Under the name “Mooneyes” his family is continuing the tradition of innovation and even expands the parts line into the motorcycle business. Custom builders already use this 3 or 4 quart capacity metal spun aluminum oil tank It is 10”or 12” long, 5” diameter with ¼ NPT fittings and filler on the side. Brackets are available separately. Order directly online from Mooneyes. By the way, check also the Moon finned remote oil filter.   

6 Responses to “Moon Chopper Oil Tank”

  1. 1 CJ "Warden" Hanlon Mar 14th, 2007 at 10:48 am

    Cyril, as a frequent user of MoonEyes products, i can attest to the quality of craftsmanship on this oil bag, and all their products. One thing to mention about the Mooneyes company is the superb customer support and service they provide before and after the purchase. They have worked with us here at Guilty Customs extensively on recent builds and never seem to be impatient with our questions, no matter how simple or odd the question.

  2. 2 DJ Chopper God Mar 14th, 2007 at 11:12 pm

    Love it, use it. Fabricator Kevin makes brackets that make mounting easy. Kool product. Timeless like Mooneyes.

  3. 3 mike beland Mar 15th, 2007 at 9:05 am

    they are still handmade and if you need to move any of the fittings or locations of the filler to mount it in any posistion they will weld it up any way you want because they are hand made not punched out on a machine..quality and american made hard to beat..also kevins brackets are the best the moon eyes brackets are not steel and will vibrate and break on a big twin use.

  4. 4 Les Rosson Dec 30th, 2007 at 11:07 am

    I want to buy a mooneyes oil tank,my email is someone help me please

  5. 5 Cyril Dec 30th, 2007 at 1:19 pm
  6. 6 dan Jul 23rd, 2008 at 7:57 am

    using ultima motor, moon 3 qt tank, oil filter baas oil filter relocation kit with fram hp1 filter, anyone know correct plumbing for oil lines? thx dan

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