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Ford Racing M-6675-A50 289/302 S/B Rear Sump Oil Pan w/ Pick-up Tube

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Painted
Dipstick Location:
Driver Side
Sump Style:
Wet Sump
MFG. Part #:
M-6675-A50
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
Garage Sale:
No
Depth:
7.50
Liquid Measurement:
5
Ford Racing M-6675-A50 289/302 S/B Rear Sump Oil Pan w/ Pick-up Tube

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What's in the Box

These rear sump pans come with a pickup tube to help you clear steering and cross members.

  • Ideal for engine swaps
  • Directly fits 1979-1995 Mustangs and Fox chassis vehicles
  • Includes oil pan, dipstick, dipstick tube, pickup, and main cap stud
  • Fasteners not included
  • 5-quart capacity
  • Front sump is 5 ½" deep
  • Rear sump is 7 ½" deep
  • 910-06675 Dimensions (Link)
Does NOT have dipstick sleeve welded into pan. Does have the relief in the pan rail of the pan for the block mounted dipstick. Comes with pickup kit, and hardware.  Does come with both drain plugs

Item Details

Fits 1983-2001 blocks.
Does not have provision for low oil sender.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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BKFab
California, USA

Rear sump oil pan

May 27, 2014
Purchased this item to place my 302 further forward in my frame, closer to the radiator and away from firewall. Worked out great, but have yet firgure out how the dipstick goes though the block. They have names for this problem.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Sotoe
Verified Purchaser
California, USA

Product has everything u need.

May 20, 2014
This is a great product. Everything included as described.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

10 questions : 15 answers

1 answers

I have a 1983 302 in a 66 mustang. The oil pan does not have the dipstick provision on the driver side. Will this pan work on my 66 chassis? 66 mustang with an 83 302 out of a f150

blues66
December 16, 2014

I have a 1983 302 in a 66 mustang. The oil pan does not have the dipstick provision on the driver side. Will this pan work on my 66 chassis? 66 mustang with an 83 302 out of a f150

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December 17, 2014
EricM
If the block has provision for the dipstick then the oil pan will work fine on your engine. Next you will need to check clearance for the small front sump to your frame. It is 5 ½” deep as compared to the stock pan being flat without the sump. If there is room then it should be compatible.
1 answers

will this pan fit my 1966 ford mustang 289? I have replaced the front end with your mustang 2 front end and need a rear sump pan now. thanks buzzy kit #91034207-40-1/2 ifs kit coil over dropped sp. with your cross member.

buzbuz
newnan ga.
December 15, 2014

will this pan fit my 1966 ford mustang 289? I have replaced the front end with your mustang 2 front end and need a rear sump pan now. thanks buzzy kit #91034207-40-1/2 ifs kit coil over dropped sp. with your cross member.

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December 16, 2014
EricM
Your '66 289 had the dipstick in the front which will not work with this pan. Your block does not have provision for the dipstick for the rear sump and to make it work you will need to weld in a tube in the side of the pan in the correct location and use the included dipstick. If not feasible for your needs then we suggest contacting Ford Motorsports or Stef Pans for availability of the correct pan for your 289.
1 answers

Dipstick useage On a '69 block can I just use the original dipstick? Will it give accurate oil level readings? We converted to a new cross member and rack and pinion, etc., so we need a rear sump pan

kjauto
Anchorage, AK, USA
December 01, 2014

Dipstick useage On a '69 block can I just use the original dipstick? Will it give accurate oil level readings? We converted to a new cross member and rack and pinion, etc., so we need a rear sump pan

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December 02, 2014
EricM
This oil pan will bolt up to your block but your stock dipstick will not work. Also the dipstick that comes with the pan will not work since your block does not have the provision for the dipstick to be inserted into it. In order to be able to check oil level you would have to weld a custom dipstick to the oil pan or weld an oil level plug on the pan and do without a dipstick. Due to this we typically only reccomend this pan for 1983 to 2001 engine blocks.
2 answers

How many quarts of oil does this pan hold?

oneluv1life
June 20, 2014

How many quarts of oil does this pan hold?

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July 19, 2014
BKFab
Five(5)
June 20, 2014
EricM
This oil pan holds 5 quarts.
2 answers

I have purchased this item for my 302 going into my 35. I have yet figured out how this dipstick goes thru the block. What is missing or overlooking?

BKFab
California, USA
May 28, 2014

I have purchased this item for my 302 going into my 35. I have yet figured out how this dipstick goes thru the block. What is missing or overlooking?

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June 05, 2014
Skunksmoke
On newer Ford blocks the dipstick hole is on the left hand side just above the pan rail. On older blocks there was a hole in the front timing cover. The newer stick that comes with your kit may not work right on the older blocks with the hole in the timing cover. The older sticks are available through the beter Mustang restoration supliers.
May 29, 2014
EricM
The dipstick is intended for an engine that has a dipstick provision in the timing cover.
2 answers

Will this conver a front sump engine to a rear sump?

Masons
January 04, 2014

Will this conver a front sump engine to a rear sump?

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May 28, 2014
BKFab
Yes
January 06, 2014
EricM
Yes that the intended purpose of this oil pan kit.
1 answers

Will this pan work with a 351w swap into a 94-95 mustang? and will it clear the stock k-member with lower motor mounts (i.e. solid motor mounts or convertible motor mounts)

October 13, 2011

Will this pan work with a 351w swap into a 94-95 mustang? and will it clear the stock k-member with lower motor mounts (i.e. solid motor mounts or convertible motor mounts)

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October 14, 2011
John
Part # 91006676 From specifications the K member should not be a problem but the different motor mounts possibly may be a concern. Below is some info we have available. 351W/5.8L oil pan kit. Includes rear sump oil pan, dipstick, dipstick tube, pickup, and main cap stud. Ideal for engine swaps. Fits 1979-1995 Mustangs and Fox chassis vehicles. Fits 1969-1997 production blocks and M-6010-A351/A58 blocks. Same pan as used on 351 crate engines. Fasteners not included. For specifics on the motor mounts used you may want to visit with Ford Motorsport and reference their part number of M-6675-A58
2 answers

Will this rear sump pan kit fit my 302 Engine Identifation 9X21F107496 Located At The Back Of The Block On Top, I think it's a 1969? Thanks for the help

Bud
Gretna, Ne.
September 20, 2011

Will this rear sump pan kit fit my 302 Engine Identifation 9X21F107496 Located At The Back Of The Block On Top, I think it's a 1969? Thanks for the help

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June 05, 2014
Skunksmoke
You'll need the oil pick up tube that matches the pan.
September 22, 2011
John
This small block Ford pan fits the 1983 to 2001 blocks with the dipstick in the block side. There is a provision on the pan for the extrusion on the block for the dipstick. If using on an earlier engine with the dipstick in the front cover you will find no place to put the included dipstick.
2 answers

does the dipstick go thru the pan?

kenbob
marysville
April 07, 2011

does the dipstick go thru the pan?

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June 05, 2014
Skunksmoke
No, through the left side of the block or the front timing cover depending on year of motor.
April 13, 2011
Jason R.
No, on this model, the dipstick goes through the block.
1 answers

I have a 1950 Studebaker truck I want to put my 302 in it.. What oil pan will fit a Camaro snout ? Rear or front sump? Thanks

Stude
S.C
June 28, 2015

I have a 1950 Studebaker truck I want to put my 302 in it.. What oil pan will fit a Camaro snout ? Rear or front sump? Thanks

Answers

June 29, 2015
Eric
Expert
Most likely you will have to try and fit a rear sump pan if you have a Camaro sub frame in your 1950 Studebaker pickup. Most likely you will have to do some clearancing to the frame and/or moving of the engine to get the oil pan to clear correctly.
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Item Details

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