Ford Racing M-6675-A58 351W S/B Rear Sump Oil Pan w/ Pick-up Tube
Ford Small Block V8, Wet Sump Sump Style, 5 quarts Liquid Measurement, 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, dipstick, dipstick tube, pickup, and main cap stud
- Fasteners and gasket not included
- 5-quart capacity
- Front sump section depth is 6-5/8"
- Rear sump section dept is 7-3/4"
A threaded boss bolted into the side of the pan that the supplied dipstick tube screws into. Comes with pickup kit, and hardware. Does come with both drain plugs
Fits 1969-1997 blocks.
Same pan as used on 351W crate engines.
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