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Sierra Diesel Engine Oil Filter Volvo Penta 18-0032 Replace 847741 Free Shipping on 2040-parts.com

US $25.99
Location:

Fort Payne, Alabama, United States

Fort Payne, Alabama, United States
Condition:New Brand:Sierra Height:7.75" Manufacturer Part Number:18-0032 Depth:4.50" Replacement for Volvo #:847741 Width:4.5" UPC:808282287573

New Diesel Oil Filter for Volvo Penta

This listing is for a brand new diesel oil filter for a Volvo Penta.

Sierra oil filters are engineered with premium grade materials that will not only withstand but excel in the extreme environment of the marine world.  Sierra ensures the excellent performance of their filters by:

  • Epoxy coating all canisters for corrosion resistance
  • Using a heavy-wall steel canister for further corrosion protection
  • Using high-efficiency filter media that meets or exceeds the OE's filtration
  • Backed by Sierra's industry leading warranty 

This filter replaces Volvo part # 847741.


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