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Mr Gasket 5895 Ultra-Seal Oil Pan Gasket, Small Block Chrysler
Mr Gasket 5895 Ultra-Seal Oil Pan Gasket, Small Block Chrysler

Mr Gasket 5895 Ultra-Seal Oil Pan Gasket, Small Block Chrysler

318 Chrysler Small Block V8, 340 Chrysler Small Block V8, 360 Chrysler Small Block V8

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084041058954
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5895
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Chrysler Oil Pan Gasket - 318-360 1967-91. Manufactured from cellulose/nitrile composition gasket material. A black latex rubber coating is applied to outside of gasket to help seal minor oil pan rail irregularities and eliminate the possibility of oil leakage. Provides excellent sealing and durability. Complete with molded rubber front/rear oil pan seals where applicable. For OE replacement, high performance street, drag race and oval track.

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