LS Swap Steel Race Oil Pan, 7 Quart, Chrome, -10 AN Fitting
Universal Fit, 7 quarts Liquid Measurement, Chrome
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This GM LS engine oil pan features a chrome steel finish. This oil pan has a 7 quart capacity and has a -10 AN fitting. This pan is the most similar to OEM F body oil pans in depth and length of sump, but with more clearance at the leading edge of the top of the sump. It fits most muscle cars of the 60s and 70s that came factory with rear sump engines.
- GM LS
- Chrome finish
- 7 Quart
- -10 AN fitting
- Depth: 6" at sump, 1 5/8" front half of pan
- Length: sump 10" overall 21"
- Width: 10 1/4" at sump kickouts
The fitting to the front position is the oil out to the cooler/filter and the fitting to the rear position is the oil return from the cooler/filter back to the engine.
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