Rubber Gasket for End of Heater Tube

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Rubber Gasket for End of Heater Tube

JK Part Number: J18343 OEM Part Number: 111-819-945


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Good quality reproduction product. Rubber gasket seal, fitted to both ends of the heater tube form the heat exchanger to the body.

New seals help keep the warm air in meaning better heating in the cab.

Finance Available on This Product Yes
Width (CM - Packed) 7.2
Height (CM - Packed) 3.0
Depth (CM - Packed) 7.2
Manufacturer Unbranded
OEM Part Number 111819945
Additional Carriage Charge 0.0
Special Order Lead time 0

Customer Reviews (3)

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  • you will need these gaskets

    These are required for sure when trying to connect the opposite end of the heater tube( non engine end). They seem to fit ok but you will need a couple of good jubilee clips to hold in place. make sure you get all the rusty old connector off first before trying to join.

    by david on 18/07/2016

  • Snuggly jubbly

    Nice fitting rubber seals. They are just tight enough to make it almost a struggle to fit but lose enough to go on and in. I didn't use any lube to get these on so they must be just right. Can't believe how much difference has been made to the blowers with some raisers and seals. Great product.

    by Tim torino on 13/07/2015

  • well made

    Nice thick rubber, seems like good quality and well moulded.
    Put these on my heater concertina tubes at each end. Have yet to test them out with a hot heating system, engine running etc.

    by mike202 on 31/03/2014

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Questions & Answers (3)

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    • Gaz said: 25/04/2014 00:07
    • Is this the seal that fits between the cab flooor and the steel heating pipe that comes through the floor?
    • Answer: This is the seal that goes in each end of the plastic heater tubes to seal against the heat exchanger and body inlet pipe
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    • Nick said: 04/06/2017 23:07
    • Do these replace the asbestos inserts in each end of the original concertina pipes?
    • Answer: Yes this goes between the end of the plastic tube and the metal of the end of the heat exchanger replacing the old sealing ring
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    • Paul Reeve said: 17/09/2017 15:57
    • Hi, the original tube that was connected between the crossmembers has been damaged and has now been removed. I'm slightly concerned by the heat wrapping around it. Do you know if the original parts used asbestos fibre sheets for the insulation? For the moment I'm leaving well along and replacing with new (from yourselves) rather than taking the risk but would be very useful to know - particularly from the point of view of disposal.

      Any help appreciated.

      (1973 Westfalia Continental)
    • Answer: Unfortunately we have no information was to what they were made from. If your unsure I'd treat it as the worst case.
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