Mr Gasket 41G03MRG Differential Cover Gasket, GM 8.5 Inch 10 Bolt
GM 8.5 Inch 10-Bolt
Mr. Gasket Differential Cover Gaskets offer simple, no silicone installation. They use an aluminum carrier, silicone elastomer beading and a rubber coated binder to create a strong, long lasting seal perfect for the demands of factory or high performance front and rear ends. Whether it's your daily driver, race car, or off-road rig, these premium differential cover gaskets from Mr. Gasket have you covered.
- Requires no silicone for simple installation
- Excellent torque retention to prevent possible leaks caused from loosened bolts
- Aluminum carrier provides un-matched gasket strength, fit and durability
- Silicone elastomer beading provides a positive seal under severe temperatures and conditions
- Rubber coated sealing binder adds a third layer of protection and aids in the gaskets ability to seal even with small imperfections of mating surfaces
Fits GM 8.5 inch 10 bolt
Note: No silicone required
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