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Small Block Ford 351W Claimer Oil Pan

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Zinc
Sump Style:
Wet Sump
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
Garage Sale:
No
Liquid Measurement:
9
Small Block Ford 351W Claimer Oil Pan

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What's in the Box

"Claimer" oval track racing oil pan for 351W Small Block Ford V8. These are rear sump pans.

  • 9 quart capacity
  • 3 trap doors to control oil properly
  • Accepts stock starter
  • Pick-up sold separately
  • 6-1/4" deep in the front
  • 7-1/2" deep in the rear

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
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Fomocoracing
Huntsville, TX, USA

This product has great features

January 18, 2015
This product has great features hold plenty of oil no drain back issues good trap door function but double check welds before install too big to get out of stock car with engine in place save time double check
Yes, I recommend this product.
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FFRFOREVER
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Phoenix, AZ, USA

very good no problems

September 21, 2014
this is the fifth oil pan I have bought from speedway and not any problems they all fit very good
Pros:
  • ALL GOOD
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Boutonracing44
Topeka, KS, USA

No worries

November 03, 2013
I have had this pan since 2001 and have no issues. Great pan at a great price.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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fordmod

Leaks at seams

July 19, 2013
Ive had 3 of these pans and they all leak oil at the welded seams even before the car left the shop.
Cons:
  • leaking seams
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Merchant Response:

Fordmod, thank you for your feedback. Your comments have been forwarded on to Speedway Quality Control team to ensure that our current inventory of these pans feature quality tested weld seams. We apologize for any lack of quality with any of our products that do not meet the purpose that they are intended to serve. Speedway Motors thanks those that bring this to our attention and are happy to help ensure that our customers have the best experience with us in any way.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 8 answers

2 answers

Will this pan work on a 1967 mustang with a mustang ll suspension

Je67
October 23, 2014

Will this pan work on a 1967 mustang with a mustang ll suspension

Answers

January 19, 2015
Fomocoracing
No must use double sump style pan for stock install
October 23, 2014
EricM
No this is not a good choice for your application. This oil pan is made for circle track race cars (left turn only) that do not have a crossmember under the engine.
2 answers

will this fit with mustang 2 in 64 ford f100 i put mustang 2 in my 64 f100 and am looking for rear sump oil pan so i can use a 351w with c6. the engine and trans is from a 78 ford ltd. do you know if it will fit

mikec64
September 09, 2013

will this fit with mustang 2 in 64 ford f100 i put mustang 2 in my 64 f100 and am looking for rear sump oil pan so i can use a 351w with c6. the engine and trans is from a 78 ford ltd. do you know if it will fit

Answers

January 19, 2015
Fomocoracing
No must use front sump pan will not clear k member in stock engine location
September 11, 2013
Jason
Part number 91715115 is a rear sump pan stemming from circle track racing and is still 6 ¼” deep at the front. What you may want to consider is the rear sump kit from Ford racing under part number 91006676. It includes the pickup, dipstick, etc .
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will this fit 1969 f250 2wd truck with a c6 I have 1969 f250 2wd truck that installed 351w with c6 . will this pan fit if you unsure please let me all the pan dementions. i use the truck on highway and heavy pulling. thank you for your time.

GTXSOULI
FL
December 09, 2012

will this fit 1969 f250 2wd truck with a c6 I have 1969 f250 2wd truck that installed 351w with c6 . will this pan fit if you unsure please let me all the pan dementions. i use the truck on highway and heavy pulling. thank you for your time.

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January 19, 2015
Fomocoracing
No must use front sump pan with engine in stock location
September 22, 2014
FFRFOREVER
YES IT WILL FIT BUT YOU MAY RUN INTO A PROBLEM WITH THE EXHUAST
December 10, 2012
Jason
This pan is designed for circle track racing but can be used on other applications. It is 6-1/4" deep in the front and 7-1/2" deep on the rear. The kick out is 12-+1/4" wide by 12-1/2" long and sticks out 3" from side of pan right side. It is 22-1/2" overall in length
1 answers

Just purchased a new ford crate motor with 4.25 stroke, 351 460CI. will it work for the 4.25 stroke? it is a rear sump. do you know if I have to change the sump tube as well. the depth looks the same?

Scott
Las Vegas NV
May 07, 2015

Just purchased a new ford crate motor with 4.25 stroke, 351 460CI. will it work for the 4.25 stroke? it is a rear sump. do you know if I have to change the sump tube as well. the depth looks the same?

Answers

May 07, 2015
Eric
Expert
Sorry we have not tried this oil pan with a 4.25" stroke so we can not comment as to the compatibility. It does clear 4" stroke without issues.
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