Chevy Uplander 2006, MaxDry™ Engine Oil Pan Gasket Set by Magnum Gasket®. Over the years, oil pans have evolved from simple stamped steel pans into sophisticated engine components that play a major role in controlling the engine's NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness). At the same time, consumers have grown to expect "dry" engines, that don't quickly look oily and dirty.
|Material: Molded Rubber|
- Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performance
- Right for your vehicle and lifestyle
- Made from high-quality materials for ultimate durability
- Manufactured to meet or exceed strict quality requirements
In late model vehicles, the engine crankcase, oil pan and oil pan gasket are all designed to form a complete sealing and NVH system. The so-called gasket "die cutter" businesses of the past are not capable of producing late model oil pan gaskets. MaxDry Precision Molded Rubber Gaskets are designed with specific molded features that complement the channels, cutouts and so forth which are manufactured into today's engine components. Compression limiters may be incorporated in the oil pan or may be part of the gasket design. And don't think that all molded rubber gaskets are created equal… some gasket suppliers try to cut corners by skipping the "post cure" process during manufacturing. Magnum insists on post curing all our parts to ensure that every molded gasket we produce has exactly the physical properties needed so that it will seal for years and prevent those dreaded comebacks.
Magnum Gasket® is the brand name for a product line of Dana Holding Corporation, a global leader in the field of automotive gasket and sealing technologies. Since 1994 Magnum Gasket has produced quality gaskets and head bolts for leading OEM and aftermarket brands. The company is proud of the fact that nine out of ten Magnum products are designed and manufactured in the United States. Using the most advanced technologies and the highest quality materials, it spares no effort to manufacture superior quality products that exceed your expectations and requirements.