WHEN YOUR REPUTATION IS ON THE LINE

Topping off an auto repair with inferior valve cover gaskets can create leaks for the whole world to see. The installer's reputation suffers when newly repaired engines get oily and dirty around the valve covers. You can trust Magnum MaxDry™ precision molded rubber gaskets to seal high-tech late models and our high quality conventional materials for the millions of older vehicles still on the road.

MAGNUM HAS YOU COVERED

Magnum's Valve Cover Gaskets Sets cover more than 80% of category sales. We offer gaskets for the most popular vehicles in America, including models from 1955 through 2009 and up. Chevrolet, Buick, Ford, Chrysler, GMC, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mazda, Isuzu and more… we cover them all.

WHEN IS A GASKET MORE THAN A GASKET?

The 7.3L V8 Powerstroke Diesel Engine, manufactured by International/Navistar, was a popular choice in Ford Trucks for many years. The functions of this gasket go "above and beyond" the normal call of duty for gaskets. In addition to the usual role of sealing engine oil and fumes, it incorporates built-in electrical connectors that direct current to the fuel injectors and glow plugs, which are located inside the valve covers. These gaskets also feature compression limiters, which take the guesswork out of torqueing, and installation aids that ensure proper location on the cover.

Magnum VS 25013 has TWO electrical connectors along the lower edge of each valve cover gasket and fits most 1994-1997 vehicle production. Magnum VS 25004 has ONE electrical connector along the lower edge of each valve cover and fits most 1998-2003 Ford Powerstroke models. Magnum is one of very few companies who combine the plastic/rubber molding technology and engine sealing expertise necessary to produce these sophisticated parts. Magnum is unique in being able to manufacture these components in the USA at very attractive aftermarket prices.

"DO's & DON'Ts" of VALVE COVER GASKETS

Many years ago, you could change a straight six valve cover gasket in 10 minutes for 10 bucks. Six months later, if it was leaking a little, you'd snug up the cap screws until you finally had to change the gasket again. Well, unless you're repairing somebody's '63 Falcon, those days are long gone. Valve cover gaskets are now sophisticated components that serve as part of complex emissions control and NVH (noise-vibration-harshness) systems.