JEGS 210097 One-Piece Oil Pan Gasket is constructed with a steel core and then molded over with high-temperature rubber. The one-piece construction eliminates possible oil leaks while the rubber material allows the gasket to be washed & reused.
Note: This gasket is designed for 1975-1985 Small Block Chevy engines when installing an aftermarket oil pan that requires a thick oil pan gasket. For more information on how to identify which oil pan gasket you need Click Here.
Stop Leaks with Premium Molded Rubber Oil Pan Gaskets
JEGS One-Piece Oil Pan Gaskets prevent the leaks that can occur with standard multi-piece gaskets, particularly in the corners where pieces mate. Molded rubber makes JEGS gaskets reusable, and torque limiters allow proper installation without over-tightening.
- One-Piece Design
- Molded Rubber
- Torque Limiters
Is this a "thick" or "thin" gasket at the timing cover? Most pans take either a 1/4 or 3/8 thick front rubber where pan meets timing cover - they are not interchangeable.
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