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need measurement of hemi oil pan 6 qt stock
rear of sump to rear edge and front of sump to front edge, I can notch front cross member, but cannot move center tie rod link, 1975 b body 400 stocker

called milidon, they said would not fit


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'66-'69 or '70-'71?


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!970/1971 was 6 quarts only, the 1966 to 1969 were not 6 quarts tsk


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Originally Posted by 440lebaron
hi
need measurement of hemi oil pan 6 qt stock
rear of sump to rear edge and front of sump to front edge, I can notch front cross member, but cannot move center tie rod link, 1975 b body 400 stocker

called milidon, they said would not fit



https://engine-swaps.com/Pages/ProductsType/OilPanSchematics.html


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It is hard for me to measure with the engine in the car. Maybe someone can get more exact measurements.
The rear of the sump is angled. About 10" at the bottom, and roughly 9.6" at the height of the steering linkage.
The front is very hard to measure in the car; roughly 4" from the front of the sump at the top, more at bottom of sump.

This is in my Cuda. It was so long ago I don't remember the brand I purchased. But I did add a swinging door to help (a little) with deceleration and oil moving forward.

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FWIW, this is the current Moroso 5qt pan.#20766
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THANKS looks like hemi pan will clear my tie rod, definitely will have to notch k-frame, wix makes a 2 qt filter (1773), maybe can use with stock 5/4 qt pan, would like to get more oil in pan, nhra stocker has to have stock style pan
rule states I can notch crossmember for oil pan removal


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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
!970/1971 was 6 quarts only, the 1966 to 1969 were not 6 quarts tsk


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The pan you have looks like the 1966 to 1969 Hemi pan based on how it hangs down below the K member, the Hemi cars and some of the 440 cars had a skid plate welded on them to help prevent those oil pans from dragging and hitting over speed bumps when going fast scope
Look at Summit for their 1970/1971 hemi and six Pack 6-quart oil pans and the stock 3/8-inch RB oil pick up scope The sump is longer and shallower so no need for the skid plate and works really well on street cars, I use them all the time now for any 1966 to 1971 B and E body B, RB or 426 Street Hemi motors I build up
I had one on my old pump gas Duster stoker motor, it ran as fast as 134.+ MPH at 9.993 ET in the 1/4 mile with no oiling issues as long as it had the oil level above the add mark before making a run, if I ran it at one quart low it would start to loose oil pressure about 200 ft after the finish line letting after letting off tsk
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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
!970/1971 was 6 quarts only, the 1966 to 1969 were not 6 quarts tsk


down Sorry Cab you are wrong. 66-67 was one pan 5qt. 68 they moved to the 6 Qt pan. 68-9 same pan. 70-71 went to the hemi/6pack 6qt pan. Different shape probably because of sway bar change. But 68-71 are 6 qt pans.

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Originally Posted by dragon slayer
Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
!970/1971 was 6 quarts only, the 1966 to 1969 were not 6 quarts tsk


down Sorry Cab you are wrong. 66-67 was one pan 5qt. 68 they moved to the 6 Qt pan. 68-9 same pan. 70-71 went to the hemi/6pack 6qt pan. Different shape probably because of sway bar change. But 68-71 are 6 qt pans.



So is that considered a 7 quart system? 6 in the pan and one in the filter?

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I'll look in my 1969 Dodge FSM in the morning and see what they said the oil capacity was for the Street Hemi was when it was published: work:
I don't remember ever hearing of a stock street hemi oil pan holding 6 quarts in them until 1970 work


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Maybe this will help both of you.

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That settles that, good find.

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My 1969 Dodge service manual does show 6 quarts oil pan capacity, I was WRONG realcrazy blush

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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
My 1969 Dodge service manual does show 6 quarts oil pan capacity, I was WRONG realcrazy blush

It takes a big man to admit that , Cab.
And a bigger man to admit it on the internet. laugh2
I'm not even exaggerating when I say that you have forgotten more than I know about these things.







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