1986-Up Small Block Chevy Aluminum Oil Pans
305 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, Wet Sump Sump Style, Aluminum, Polished
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Fits Small Block Chevy. Polished aluminum oil pan, ribbed for beauty, strength and heat dissipation.
This pan uses a passenger side dipstick and a one-piece rear main seal crankshaft. Includes drain plug and mounting bolts.
They are 1 piece cast aluminum construction.
Item DetailsDipstick on Passenger Side
- 1986 and newer Small Block Chevys having a passenger side dipstick and a one-piece rear main seal crankshaft
Warning: Oil pan clearances must be checked!
The clearance of the oil pan to the oil pump and the oil pump pickup must be checked. Failure to check these clearances could result in a damaged or cracked pan.
- Rear bolt holes are 6-9/16" center to center
- The half moon shaped area at the rear of the pan (where the rear pan seal is located) measures 2-3/8" deep and it's 5-1/2" across
- This pan is 8-1/2" deep at the drain plug, the lowest point
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