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Chevrolet Performance 19212593 LS Muscle Car Oil Pan, LS1/LS3/LSA/LSX
Chevrolet Performance 19212593 LS Muscle Car Oil Pan, LS1/LS3/LSA/LSX

Chevrolet Performance 19212593 LS Muscle Car Oil Pan, LS1/LS3/LSA/LSX

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Chevrolet Performance 19212593 LS Muscle Car Oil Pan, LS1/LS3/LSA/LSX
Chevrolet Performance 19212593 LS Muscle Car Oil Pan, LS1/LS3/LSA/LSX
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Sump Style:
Wet Sump
Material Type:
Aluminum
Rear Main Seal Style:
1-piece
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
19212593
Depth:
8"
Dipstick Location:
Passenger Side
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Capacity:
5 quarts

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As featured on Classic Truck’s Week to Wicked. Watch the transformation here!

Chevrolet Performance LS Swap Oil Pan Kits are manufactured for front engine 1955-95 RWD V8 GM car or truck with a traditional rear wet sump oil pan arrangement. Designed around the LS Muscle Car oil pan, these kits include most necessary parts for installation, including oil pan, dipstick and tube, bolts, gaskets, pickup tube, and windage tray. Oil Pans hold up to 5 quarts of oil.  Oil pan has 13/16"-16 oil filter thread.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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