|OEM Part No.||Application||PN|
|75906-SP||Lycoming O-235, O-290, O-320, IO320, O-360, |
IO-360, HIO-360, O-480, O-540, IO-540
|Valve cover gaskets are manufactured from a silicone rubber compounded especially for lubricating oil resistance and low compression set. It has a recommended temp. operating range of –67 to 446 F and will remain flexible while operating in the noted temp. range. One of the biggest benefits of replacing the factory cork gaskets with the Silicone rubber gaskets is that they are reusable and are easy to work with and are 1/8” thick silicone rubber.|
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
G-8179-HD 1/8" SILICONE VALVE COVER GASKET
Great for stopping valve cover leaks...
Best gasket ever, doesn’t drip, lasts a long time. Got tired of replacing the cork gaskets
Easy to install and worked great. No more leaks
Nice quality. Easy install and a perfect fit.
The best valve cover gaskets made.
Great product!!!! As others have said works first time everytime. Definitely worth the money.
This is a great product! Ill never use a regular valve cover gasket again. It is important to follow the correct torque settings when installing them. It is easy to over-torque. It would have been nice if the package included installation instructions, but I had them elsewhere. Beyond that, I can just say they are great, and I cant imagine why every airplane doesnt use them.
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Per the supplier: No, they are not FAA/PMA'd.
These gaskets are priced and sold individually, one gasket.