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Nice used V8 OIL PAN wanted.

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    Posted: Nov/08/2019 at 11:37am
Looking for a nice original used oil pan for a 401. PM if you have one with price. Thanks.
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Just thought I would ask, will a 68 390 pan fit?
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I have an original 70 390 oil pan cleaned and in epoxy primer if interested email vji@twc.com for pics price is 175 plus shipping Thanks
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I have oil pans on my site, amc-performance.com
All the v-8 oil pans will fit with the exceptions of late 1966 & 1967. They did not have the oval hole in the windage tray for the dipstick tub. There dipstick tub went right down the sump hole. Also some of the Jeep pans were relieved,(clearanced) for the front diff. (But they will fit in a car). Then there is a group 19 pan that had no windage tray, just a boll that surrounded the sump. They do not fit the Jeeps that had to have clearance for there diff. Also the early pans are rear drain, and some time in the 70's they went to side drains.
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A 68 pan would work. Do prefer a rear drain but not a priority. Will check that website. 

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Originally posted by Down & Dirty Dan Down & Dirty Dan wrote:

I have oil pans on my site, amc-performance.com
All the v-8 oil pans will fit with the exceptions of late 1966 & 1967. They did not have the oval hole in the windage tray for the dipstick tub. There dipstick tub went right down the sump hole. Also some of the Jeep pans were relieved,(clearanced) for the front diff. (But they will fit in a car). Then there is a group 19 pan that had no windage tray, just a boll that surrounded the sump. They do not fit the Jeeps that had to have clearance for there diff. Also the early pans are rear drain, and some time in the 70's they went to side drains.
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i have one of those pans evidently966-67 ones)
, wondered what the application was, THANKS!
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Glad I could help, It is a good thing to know before you bolt the pan on.
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Originally posted by Down & Dirty Dan Down & Dirty Dan wrote:

Glad I could help, It is a good thing to know before you bolt the pan on.



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I have a pan from a 71 401 that needed some dents taken out. It's not perfect, but has a good edge that bolts to the motor. $25 plus shipping from zip 55303.
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