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Hino H07D Engine Overhaul Gasket Set 11115-2420B

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: HCKSFS
Certification: CE
Model Number: H07D
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: Neutral Carton Packing
Delivery Time: 15 Days
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 1000 PCS PER DAY
Product Name: Engine Head Gasket Part No: 111152420B
Truck Model: Hino Truck Packing: Neutral Packing
Cylinder Diameter: 113mm CC: 6485
Truck Engine: Hino H07D Year: 1995
Material: Asbestos Overhaul Kit No.: 04010-0566
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H07D Overhaul Gasket Set


11115-2420B Engine Gasket

Hino H07D Engine Overhaul Gasket Set 11115-2420B



1. Product Description.


Product Name Engine Head Gasket
Part No. 11115-2420B
Truck Model Hino
Truck Engine H07D
Cylinder Bore 113MM
Quality Genuine Quality



2. Detailed Product Pictures

Hino H07D Engine Overhaul Gasket Set 11115-2420B 0Hino H07D Engine Overhaul Gasket Set 11115-2420B 1


3.Product Advantages 

- Long-lasting performance

- Standard size fits your truck well


4. FAQs 

Q: Which shipping term you can supply?
A:By sea, air or by express ( DHL, Fedex, TNT, UPS, EMS)

Q: If I am not satisfied with the products, can I returns goods?
A:Yes, we offer exchange and repair service under warranty. Please contact us before you return.


Q: What is the payment method?
A:We accept bank TT, Western Union, Paypal or you can buy it on our Alibaba Store.


Q: What is your service process?
A:Please use the contact form down below to send us inquiry. We will get back to you in the next 8 hours and confirm the parts you need and quote you prices.



When the combustion gasses leak out of a cylinder, this causes a loss of compression, leading to power reduction or rough running. If the combustion gases are leaking into the cooling system, this reduces the effectiveness of the cooling system and can cause the engine to overheat. In other occurrences the gases can leak into small spaces between the gasket and either the cylinder head or engine block traps those gases, and then released when the engine is turned off. These gases then escape into the coolant and create air pockets. Sometimes these air pockets can get trapped in the engine's coolant thermostat, causing it to stay closed and cause further overheating, thereby creating more voids between the gasket and the engine. Other times these air pockets can also cause the engine to expel coolant into the overflow or expansion tank, thereby reducing the amount of coolant available for cooling.

Contact Details
Andy Hu

Phone Number : +86 13823464092

WhatsApp : +8613823464092