Ford Racing M-6675-A50 289/302 S/B Rear Sump Oil Pan w/ Pick-up Tube
302 Ford Small Block V8, 5.0L Ford Small Block V8, Wet Sump Sump Style, Steel, Painted
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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, gasket, 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
Fits 1983-2001 blocks.
Does not have provision for low oil sender.
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