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Mercury Omc Volvo Oil Pan Gasket Sierra 18-0405 Replc 27-883964t 3852655 912955 on

US $34.99

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:SIERRA Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:18-0405 REPLACES 27-883964T 3852655 912955


This is a brand new, Sierra OIL PAN GASKET.  This is SIERRA part number 18-0405.

Replaces OEM part #'s:

  • CRUSADER 7090190
  • MERCURY MARINE 27-883964 & 27-883964T
  • OMC 3852655
  • OMC 912955
  • VOLVO 3852655

For: Mercruiser GM 262 CID Eng. (4.3L) and OMC 4.3L

Expect very fast shipping as I ship everyday of the week for your convenience!  If you need help with the application, or if you need help with any other Marine parts, just let me know, call Jim: 813-885-4631

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