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New Lower Gearcase Oil Seal For Omc Sterndrive Stringer 18-2012 Replaces 310599 on

US $14.66

Fort Payne, Alabama, United States

Fort Payne, Alabama, United States
Condition:New Brand:Sierra Inside Diameter (Shaft Size):1.000" Manufacturer Part Number:18-2012 Outside Diameter:1.499" Replacement for OMC #:310599 Width:0.250" UPC:030999309587

New Marine Oil Seal for OMC Sterndrive/Stringer

This listing is for a brand new oil seal for the lower gearcase on an OMC Sterndrive / Stringer (requires two seals). 

It replaces OMC part # 310599.

Inside Diameter (Shaft Size) 1.000"  ;  Outside Diameter 1.499"  ;  Width 0.250"

FREE SHIPPING within the U.S.A. only.   Shipments to any location outside the U.S.A. will have shipping charges added.  (2012)

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