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Small Block Chevy Claimer Oil Pan Kit
Small Block Chevy Claimer Oil Pan Kit

Small Block Chevy Claimer Oil Pan Kit

Chevy Small Block V8, Steel

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Small Block Chevy Claimer Oil Pan Kit
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Material Type:
Steel
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Heavy gauge steel, S/B Chevy oil pan kit can be used for building any racing pan.  Claimer pan kit includes bottom, side, 2 gate assemblies, and drain plug.  Bare oil pan sold separately.

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

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