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    Where to get front oil return gasket

    I installed a racing oil pan yesterday and the front oil return line gasket actually fell apart, so where can i get one? Does anyone know the part number for it?
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    MR258477 - Probably a couple bucks at the local dealer.
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    Thanks show killer, i searched the main 3 stores (autozone, advance auto and oreillys) online and none of them had it. Do i have to go to the mitsu dealer?

    Chris if i cant find any locally I'll pm you, I needed it yesterday!

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    Yes, you'll need to go to a Mitsu dealer. I'd be suprised if they have them in stock, they'll probably have to order one for you.
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    Well i think they use the same on evo's so theyll hopefully have them. I'll call once i get out of class.

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    You could always make your own with some gasket material. I think the auto parts stores you mentioned only sell them in a kit with all the other turbo related gaskets.

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    Ill look into making my own if i can't find one. I didn't know you could even make your own gaskets.

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    The best thing to do is cleaned really good and use silicon, not too much just enough to seal.

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    Fortunately my local Mitsu dealer had 2 in stock so I picked one up.

    I was thinking about just using silicon on it but wasn't sure if it was recommend for that area or not. And my old one never leaked so might as well go with it again.

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