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Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? #1346301
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Looking for a stock oil pan that will work with the stock pickup. I assume the cheap ($50) ebay pans are garbage but what about the Summit pans, are they any good? Other places to look?

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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346302
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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346303
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1970 Challenger R/T 503/727


Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346304
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What about "440Source"?

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346305
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Try Dante's. Looks like they're now selling re-pop pans.

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: 6bblRoadrunner] #1346306
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I found a nice stock 402 pan with the pickup on ebay for $75.

You can find deals if you're not in a hurry.

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346307
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Why would you put a 4 qt pan on your car? I do know that people think the 6qt "Hemi" pans are worth their weight in gold. So DB at Carlise wanted $225 for one, I laughed and walked away. E-bay has some decent pans, most are 7qt and come with the correct pick-up. Are you looking for a 5 or 6qt?


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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346308
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I just received my Summit pan this morning. It is for a 360 and is gold anodized. It looks ok so far. I do not think it is as heavy as the factory one, but the factory pan still had oil caked on it.

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: cudabitten] #1346309
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I just received my Summit pan this morning. It is for a 360 and is gold anodized. It looks ok so far. I do not think it is as heavy as the factory one, but the factory pan still had oil caked on it.




I'm very curious to see how the Summit anodized fits compared to the Ebay chrome special. Keep us updated on the fit.

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: cudabitten] #1346310
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I just received my Summit pan this morning. It is for a 360 and is gold anodized. It looks ok so far. I do not think it is as heavy as the factory one, but the factory pan still had oil caked on it.




I think I got this 340 pan from Summit a few years ago, it was cheap if I remember right. It seems the same thickness as stock.

All my stockers were cutup to make deep pans out of. I wound up beating the dents out of the bottem of mt 7qt pan and reused it. I'd gladly take your old "oil caked " pan off your hands, did you buy a new one just because of that?

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If it is not an aluminum pan it isn't anodized.
It is probably zinc-chromate dipped or whatever they use nowadays, if it is steel.

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For what its worth, here are some pics of the Summit pan. The reason I am replacing it, is because I needed a center sump pan. It seems like a nice pan, we'll see how good it seals. It is steel, so I guess it is not anodized, just some gold metal conditioner.




Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: cudabitten] #1346313
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For what its worth, here are some pics of the Summit pan. The reason I am replacing it, is because I needed a center sump pan. It seems like a nice pan, we'll see how good it seals. It is steel, so I guess it is not anodized, just some gold metal conditioner.

Is this the $50.00 Summit pan? I wonder if it will fit better than the Ebay $50.00 pan?

Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346314
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Which motor and body style?


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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: cudabitten] #1346315
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For what its worth, here are some pics of the Summit pan. The reason I am replacing it, is because I needed a center sump pan. It seems like a nice pan, we'll see how good it seals. It is steel, so I guess it is not anodized, just some gold metal conditioner.








I thought the Summit pan was baffled??

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Which motor and body style?




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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: Yellow Fever] #1346317
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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: cudabitten] #1346318
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That's gold zinc, and it will rust if not painted.


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For what its worth, here are some pics of the Summit pan. The reason I am replacing it, is because I needed a center sump pan. It seems like a nice pan, we'll see how good it seals. It is steel, so I guess it is not anodized, just some gold metal conditioner.







Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: VITC_GTX] #1346319
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I would buy and use the 1970-71 Hemi/440 6 pak pan with the 440 6pak 3/8 pickup I use them in every BB car I can, there better than great Several sources at different prices look around


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Re: Stock oil pan. Where to find a decent pan? [Re: 74RR] #1346320
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Yes it is the $50 pan. I'm not ready to install this yet, but I will dry fit it tomorrow and let you know how things go.
I do intend on painting it.

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