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Cometic Gaskets Big-Block Chevy Head Gasket Mercury Marine 8.1L 496 Left Side

Cometic Gaskets C5764-045

245-C5764-045

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Estimated to ship on 08/20/18
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Cometic Gaskets Big-Block Chevy Head Gasket Mercury Marine 8.1L 496 Left Side $87.97
Big-Block Chevy Head Gasket
  • Mercury Marine 8.1L 496 Left Side
  • Bore: 4.280"
  • Compressed Thickness: .045"

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    C5764-045
    Shipping Weight:
    1
    Package Height:
    0.25
    Package Depth:
    23
    Package Width:
    11.5

    Cometic Multilayer Steel (MLS) Gaskets are designed to provide the best possible seal, even on engines used in marine applications. These head gaskets are made from 3 to 5 layers of spring stainless steel, offering a stronger base material than standard cylinder head gaskets. Viton-coated outer layers create a superior seal, and the gaskets have excellent rebound characteristics. MLS Cylinder Head Gaskets reduce bore distortion but can still endure extreme cylinder pressures. Sold individually.

    Features
  • Made from stainless spring steel
  • Exceptional resistance to corrosive substances
  • Viton rubber coating (.001'' thick) is bonded to outer layer of gaskets
  • Designed to withstand serious cylinder pressures without machining for installation of locking wire

    Installation Notes
  • Not designed for use on engines with O-rings or receiver grooves
  • Always refer to the fastener manufacturer to determine accurate torque values
  • A surface finish of 50 RA (roughness average) or finer is recommended for proper gasket seal
  • Cometic Cylinder Head Gaskets go on dry because they're coated with a sealant (adding another sealer can hinder gasket performance)

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations