Capacitor - Sprague Atom, Aluminum Electrolytic

Capacitor - Sprague Atom, Aluminum Electrolytic

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Product Options
  • 50 µF - 50V (C-SA50-50)
  • 10 µF - 500V (C-SA10-500)
  • 10 µF - 25V (C-SA10-25)
  • 50 µF - 150V (C-SA50-150)
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Aluminum Capacitors +85 °C, axial lead. The best electrolytic money can buy.

Features:

  • Low leakage current
  • Long shelf life
  • Ideal for application in TV sets, auto radios, radio-phone combinations, electronic testing equipment
SKU:
C-SA
Item ID:
009305
Brand:
Sprague Atom
Termination Style:
Voltage Rating:
Part Numbers
Capacitance - µFOur Part NumberUPC/EANSprague Part Number
8 µF - 150VC-SA8-150609722128254 TVA1405
8 µF - 450VC-SA8-450609722128261 TVA1704
10 µF - 150VC-SA10-150609722128117 TVA1406
10 µF - 500VC-SA10-500609722128124 TVA1903
16 µF - 475VC-SA16-475609722128162 TVA1803.1
20 µF - 500VC-SA20-500609722128179 TVA1906
20 µF - 600VC-SA20-600609722128186 TVA1966
25 µF - 25VC-SA25-25609722128193 TVA1205
25 µF - 50VC-SA25-50609722128209 TVA1306
30 µF - 500VC-SA30-500609722128223 TVA1907
40 µF - 500VC-SA40-500609722128230 TVA1908
50 µF - 50VC-SA50-50609722128247 TVA1308
80 µF - 450VC-SA80-450609722128278 TVA1716
100 µF - 100VC-SA100-100609722128131 TVA1346
100 µF - 350VC-SA100-350609722128148 TVA1620
100 µF - 450VC-SA100-450609722128155 TVA1718
250 µF - 25VC-SA250-25609722128216 TVA1208
10 µF - 25VC-SA10-25841358104749
10 µF - 50VC-SA10-50841358106385 TVA1304
2 µF - 50VC-SA2-50841358104756
5 µF - 50VC-SA5-500084135810932 TVA1303
50 µF - 150VC-SA50-150841358113093
Product Measurements by Type
Diameter2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-500.26 in.
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-500.26 in.
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-1500.39 in.
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-4500.5 in.
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-250.26 in.
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-500.26 in.
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-1500.38 in.
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-5000.76 in.
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-4750.87 in.
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-5000.89 in.
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-6001.05 in.
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-250.26 in.
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-500.27 in.
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-5001.02 in.
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-5001.01 in.
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-500.32 in.
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-1500.438"
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-4501.01 in.
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-1000.45 in.
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-3501.01 in.
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-4501.26 in.
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-250.38 in.
Item Length2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-500.53 in.
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-500.54 in.
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-1500.84 in.
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-4501.76 in.
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-250.53 in.
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-500.52 in.
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-1500.83 in.
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-5001.65 in.
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-4751.66 in.
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-5002.14 in.
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-6003.86 in.
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-250.5 in.
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-500.71 in.
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-5001.64 in.
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-5002.38 in.
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-500.84 in.
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-1501.5"
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-4502.63 in.
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-1001.53 in.
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-3502.63 in.
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-4503.13 in.
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-250.97 in.
Lead Diameter2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-5020 AWG
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-5020 AWG
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-15020 AWG
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-45020 AWG
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-2520 AWG
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-5020 AWG
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-15020 AWG
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-50020 AWG
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-47520 AWG
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-50018 AWG
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-60018 AWG
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-2520 AWG
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-5020 AWG
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-50018 AWG
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-50018 AWG
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-5020 AWG
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-15020AWG
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-45020 AWG
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-10020 AWG
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-35020 AWG
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-45020 AWG
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-2520 AWG
Lead Type2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-50axial
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-50axial
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-150axial
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-450axial
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-25axial
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-50axial
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-150axial
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-500axial
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-475axial
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-500axial
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-600axial
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-25axial
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-50axial
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-500axial
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-500axial
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-50axial
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-450axial
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-100axial
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-350axial
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-450axial
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-25axial
Operating Temperature (TJ)2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-50-40°C to 85°C
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-50-40°C to 85°C
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-150-20°C to 85°C
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-450-20°C to 85°C
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-25-40°C to 85°C
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-50-40°C to 85°C
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-150-20°C to 85°C
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-50020°C to 65°C
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-475-20°C to 85°C
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-50020°C to 65°C
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-60020°C to 65°C
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-25-40°C to 85°C
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-50-40°C to 85°C
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-50020°C to 65°C
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-50020°C to 65°C
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-50-40°C to 85°C
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-150- 20°C to 85°C
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-450-20°C to 85°C
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-100-40°C to 85°C
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-350-20°C to 85°C
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-450-20°C to 85°C
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-25-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-5050 V
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-5050 V
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-150150 V
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-450450 V
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-2525 V
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-5050 V
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-150150 V
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-500500 V
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-475475 V
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-500500 V
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-600600 V
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-2525 V
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-5050 V
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-500500 V
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-500500 V
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-5050 V
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-150150V
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-450450 V
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-100100 V
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-350350 V
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-450450 V
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-2525 V
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-504 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-504.3 in. × 0.261 in. × 0.261 in.
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-1500.819 in. × 0.819 in. × 0.384 in.
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-4505.3 in. × 0.5 in. × 0.5 in.
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-254 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-500.53 in. × 0.258 in. × 0.258 in.
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-1504.3 in. × 0.4 in. × 0.4 in.
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-5004 in. × 0.9 in. × 0.9 in.
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-4757.5 in. × 0.9 in. × 0.9 in.
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-5008 in. × 0.9 in. × 0.9 in.
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-6009 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-254 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-504.3 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-5007.5 in. × 1.1 in. × 1.1 in.
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-5008 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-504.3 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-1501.525 in. × 0.449 in. × 0.449 in.
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-4508.5 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-1005 in. × 0.5 in. × 0.5 in.
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-3508.5 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-4508.5 in. × 1.3 in. × 1.3 in.
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-254.3 in. × 0.4 in. × 0.4 in.
Weight (Packaging)2 µF - 50V versionC-SA2-500.002 lbs.
5 µF - 50V versionC-SA5-500.006 lbs.
8 µF - 150V versionC-SA8-1500.005 lbs.
8 µF - 450V versionC-SA8-4500.017 lbs.
10 µF - 25V versionC-SA10-250.002 lbs.
10 µF - 50V versionC-SA10-500.002 lbs.
10 µF - 150V versionC-SA10-1500.006 lbs.
10 µF - 500V versionC-SA10-5000.025 lbs.
16 µF - 475V versionC-SA16-4750.034 lbs.
20 µF - 500V versionC-SA20-5000.043 lbs.
20 µF - 600V versionC-SA20-6000.102 lbs.
25 µF - 25V versionC-SA25-250.002 lbs.
25 µF - 50V versionC-SA25-500.002 lbs.
30 µF - 500V versionC-SA30-5000.042 lbs.
40 µF - 500V versionC-SA40-5000.055 lbs.
50 µF - 50V versionC-SA50-500.003 lbs.
50 µF - 150V versionC-SA50-1500.012 lbs.
80 µF - 450V versionC-SA80-4500.067 lbs.
100 µF - 100V versionC-SA100-1000.012 lbs.
100 µF - 350V versionC-SA100-3500.067 lbs.
100 µF - 450V versionC-SA100-4500.105 lbs.
250 µF - 25V versionC-SA250-250.006 lbs.
Product Measurements by Item
C-SA10-150 - 10 µF - 150V versionDiameter0.38 in.
Item Length0.83 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage150 V
C-SA80-450 - 80 µF - 450V versionDiameter1.01 in.
Item Length2.63 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage450 V
C-SA50-50 - 50 µF - 50V versionDiameter0.32 in.
Item Length0.84 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage50 V
C-SA40-500 - 40 µF - 500V versionDiameter1.01 in.
Item Length2.38 in.
Lead Diameter18 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)20°C to 65°C
Rated Voltage500 V
C-SA30-500 - 30 µF - 500V versionDiameter1.02 in.
Item Length1.64 in.
Lead Diameter18 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)20°C to 65°C
Rated Voltage500 V
C-SA25-50 - 25 µF - 50V versionDiameter0.27 in.
Item Length0.71 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage50 V
C-SA20-600 - 20 µF - 600V versionDiameter1.05 in.
Item Length3.86 in.
Lead Diameter18 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)20°C to 65°C
Rated Voltage600 V
C-SA20-500 - 20 µF - 500V versionDiameter0.89 in.
Item Length2.14 in.
Lead Diameter18 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)20°C to 65°C
Rated Voltage500 V
C-SA8-450 - 8 µF - 450V versionDiameter0.5 in.
Item Length1.76 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage450 V
C-SA8-150 - 8 µF - 150V versionDiameter0.39 in.
Item Length0.84 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage150 V
C-SA250-25 - 250 µF - 25V versionDiameter0.38 in.
Item Length0.97 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage25 V
C-SA10-500 - 10 µF - 500V versionDiameter0.76 in.
Item Length1.65 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)20°C to 65°C
Rated Voltage500 V
C-SA16-475 - 16 µF - 475V versionDiameter0.87 in.
Item Length1.66 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage475 V
C-SA25-25 - 25 µF - 25V versionDiameter0.26 in.
Item Length0.5 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage25 V
C-SA100-100 - 100 µF - 100V versionDiameter0.45 in.
Item Length1.53 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage100 V
C-SA100-350 - 100 µF - 350V versionDiameter1.01 in.
Item Length2.63 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage350 V
C-SA100-450 - 100 µF - 450V versionDiameter1.26 in.
Item Length3.13 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage450 V
C-SA10-25 - 10 µF - 25V versionDiameter0.26 in.
Item Length0.53 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage25 V
C-SA2-50 - 2 µF - 50V versionDiameter0.26 in.
Item Length0.53 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage50 V
C-SA5-50 - 5 µF - 50V versionDiameter0.26 in.
Item Length0.54 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage50 V
C-SA10-50 - 10 µF - 50V versionDiameter0.26 in.
Item Length0.52 in.
Lead Diameter20 AWG
Lead Typeaxial
Operating Temperature (TJ)-40°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage50 V
C-SA50-150 - 50 µF - 150V versionDiameter0.438"
Item Length1.5"
Lead Diameter20AWG
Operating Temperature (TJ)- 20°C to 85°C
Rated Voltage150V

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Asked by Anonymous on January 1st, 2016.
JustinG
January 6th, 2016
Staff Member
Top Contributor
The Sprague Atom or F&T brand electrolytics are favorites of many customers for their high quality.
Anonymous
April 23rd, 2018
COULN'T YOU ASK IF HE WAS TRYING TO REPLACE A CAN CAP WITH AXIALS OR SEPERATE CAPS AS IT'S HARD TO FIND NOWDAYS 40/20/20 ON heathkits, guitars etc, AT EACH. AND MOST AMPS THE THIRD CAP RAIL WAS A 40 AT 400 VOLT. LIKE ON MY EICO ST 40 I'M REPAIRING FOR FUN. THE CAN CAP BY THE GZ 34 HAS THIS 20/40/40 400/350/350 . I'M GUESSING BACK IN THE DAY LIKE A LOTof companys also trying to save money used odd filtering caps ie in my heath W3 power supply not to increase mfd but to take to 40mfd's at say 300 or 350 double the voltage half the mfd. cheaper to buy back then less rated high voltage caps. So often can caps were used to halve the needed cap rating to make sure the rated voltage capailities were safe as in a power supply like heath or eico, (440vdc or latter I guess min 400vdc. Ive even seen copamies use the 10 or 20 percent tolerance just to hope it will cover the wider range of the voltage rating. Kits` the cheaper the parts the higher the profits. That would explain why all those W1 W3 W4 W5 power supply mains blew up so easily. pulling too much juice over the ratings of the mains coupled with uesing underrated voltage can caps theres like 2 smoothing and 4 seperate for bumbing up the reserves for bass or wide spectrum draw during loud high demand periods of music wheras the power supply rungs out of general juice drawing even more above the mains ratings with tolerance. I imagine that those two pairs of 20 or 40 at 350vdc when bplus normally would be 440 so double voltabe half mfd as lower mfd ratings are cheaper couple pair of those in proper circuit you'd have ratings not even avaiable back then mostly 400 or 450vdc even when signal high b plus power tubes coupled with 400vdc caps is insane if you ask me. My kty66 old tubes amps have stock 400 volt rating coupling caps! has to be way more than that running thru those. I guess thats why mains were regularly blowing as too much juice being pulled beyond ratings and all caps and everything beyond that in circuit just contibuted to the overall problem. So question is, am i right in my threory and since they didn't make many 500vdc or better yet 630 vdc caps back then a three cap electrolytic cap like my 20/40/40 at 400/350/350 could be simplified to a double trick 20 at 500 (as 100 extra vdc better than cutting that gz 34 rater close with 10 percet rating. and then one other cap a 20 at 500vdc as smoothing caps work best at 20mfd not 40. Thus I concluded that 40 was choosen so they could halve the mdf in order to more cheaply get THE MUCH SAFER HIGHER RATED VOLTAGE. iS THIS THEORY CORRECT AND WOULD IT SOLVE BOTH OUR PROBLEMS? MAY COST SAME THESE DAYS BUT IT WOULD BE THE MORE PROPER CORRECT WAY TO ACTUALLY DESIGN THE CIRCUT INSTEAD OF TAKING MONEY SAVING SHORTCUTS? ANY ADVICE APPRECIATED BEFORE I ORDER AROUND THE 1ST NEXT MONTH. SEEMS CORRECT TO ME BUT WITHOUT FEEDBACK ONE NEVER KNOWS. lOVE YOUR SITE BEEN ORDERING OFF ON SINCE YOUR CATALOG BACK IN 1988-89. bUNCH OF TUBES i'D LIKE TO PICK UP AS WELL. CHEERS, MARK OWENS
Asked by Anonymous on April 13th, 2017.
Matt H.
April 13th, 2017
Staff Member
Hi these are new production capacitors and are made in the US.
Asked by Anonymous on June 14th, 2017.
Matt H.
June 15th, 2017
Staff Member
You typically want to change your electrolytic caps every 10 years. It is like an oil change for your amp. I would not worry about the other caps and only replace them if they fail.
Asked by richz0396 on May 3rd, 2018.
Matt H.
May 4th, 2018
Staff Member
These are polarized and will work in any situation that calls for an electrolytic cap.
Asked by Anonymous on November 12th, 2018.
BradWbr
November 13th, 2018
Staff Member
The C-SA50-50 would be safe to use. It goes higher in voltage, which is safe to do, but you will want to verify that the physical dimensions will allow the size of this cap comfortably.
Asked by Anonymous on September 21st, 2020.
BradWbr
September 22nd, 2020
Staff Member
The 16uf caps in this listing have a substantially higher voltage rating, and thus may be physically too large to fit in the intended application (Diameter; 0.87 in. Item Length: 1.66 in.) so you will want to keep both of those facts in mind if attempting to use this in your radio console.

Product Reviews

4.87 out of 5 based on 70 reviews
- January 25th, 2021
5 out of 5

These Sprague atom 50uf 50v capacitors were great replacements for my tube amp.

- January 2nd, 2021
3 out of 5

Unfortunately, the leads to these capacitors are very weak at their connection point with the body of the cap. You need to be very gentle when bending the leads to fit your application. Otherwise, they may separate from the body.

- January 2nd, 2021
3 out of 5

Unfortunately, the leads to these capacitors are very weak at their connection point with the body of the cap. You need to be very gentle when bending the leads to fit your application. Otherwise, they may separate from the body.

- November 21st, 2020
5 out of 5

recapped an old traynor YRM-1 amplifier.

- September 29th, 2020
5 out of 5

Used these in 5F1. They work great. Very quiet

- September 26th, 2020
5 out of 5

This is original equipment for Fender amps. Works like a champ. Popped the old blown caps out and put the new ones in. Just like new. Great quality. Only complaint is UPS. Lose the stuff every time.

- September 26th, 2020
5 out of 5

excellent

- August 7th, 2020
5 out of 5

Solid capacitor that held up well when rewiring an antique radio - even survived me putting it in backwards, which is a testament to how hearty it is.

- August 4th, 2020
5 out of 5

I received the CE manufacturing electrolytic cans recently and immediately tested them for leakage which was extremely low. I want to thank AES for making these extremely hard to find CP mount cans available for restoration purposes. This pair was installed in a vintage Audio Research SP-6B preamp and mounted perfectly. It was so nice to find fresh manufactured and reliable CP mount cans. Now I don't have to gut the old CP mount cans and re-stuff them to get a perfect restoration. Thanks again to AES.

- June 13th, 2020
5 out of 5

You people are great!!!
I am resurrecting my 1966 Fender Princeton Reverb.
The cap kit that I ordered was perfect.
Thank you!!