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#2436914 - 01/18/18 01:23 PM Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack?
PurpleBeeper Offline
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What is the correct oil pan (6 qt?) for a 1970 Road Runner with a 440 six pack (skid plate on engine cross-member). What is the correct oil pickup tube?

Also, does anyone know a good aftermarket pan/pickup for this application at a reasonable price?

THANKS!
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#2436998 - 01/18/18 03:46 PM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: PurpleBeeper]
csk Offline
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Mancini has it.
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#2437049 - 01/18/18 05:26 PM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: PurpleBeeper]
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#2437352 - 01/19/18 06:47 AM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: PurpleBeeper]
JAMESDART Offline
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Anyone try the Mancini one? Is it the same pan as the 440source hemi pan? The 440source one is THIN.

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#2437396 - 01/19/18 09:23 AM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: JAMESDART]
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Originally Posted By JAMESDART
Anyone try the Mancini one? Is it the same pan as the 440source hemi pan? The 440source one is THIN.


I have the Mancini pan and pick up on my motor. It's about 6 years old. I think both the pan and pick up are quality pieces; I've not had any issues.

I cannot say if it is the same pan as the one 440 Source sells though.

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#2437528 - 01/19/18 12:59 PM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: PurpleBeeper]
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I checked out Mancini and I think $270 for the pan, pickup, windage tray, oil pump & oil pan bolts is a good deal. I'm probably going that way on this motor.
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#2438129 - 01/20/18 06:44 PM Re: Correct Stock Oil Pan for 70 B-Body 440 Six Pack? [Re: PurpleBeeper]
JAMESDART Offline
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I bought the cheap 440source hemi pan because I wasn't sure it was going to work in my a body.

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