Oil Pan Kit
- (1) JEGS Street & Strip Engine Swap Oil Pan 555-50228
- (1) JEGS Oil Pump Pickup Tube 555-50247
- (1) JEGS One-Piece Oil Pan Gasket 555-210890
- (1) Trans Dapt Remote Oil Filter Bracket 969-1028
- (1) JEGS 10 ft. Push-Loc Hose 555-102031
- (1) JEGS Performance Oil Filter 555-JG301
- (4) JEGS 90 degree Push-Loc Hose Ends 555-110073
- (2) JEGS Black Straight Flare Fittings 555-110110
Will this work on a 5.3 or 6.0ls in a 3rd gen camaro.
Starter hits pan and won't line up with starter holes what are my options? 5.3 LS in a 2003 Yukon that had a 4.8 LS from the factory..thanks!
How many quart oil pan is this and will it fit a gbody
Will this fit a 2004 S10 Blazer 4wd with a LS 6.0 engine?? If not what part number do I need??
What are the dimensions of the oil pan? I currently have a LQ4 vortec pan that is hitting my cross member I need about an inch more clearance.
Will this fit a 1985 Monte Carlo ss
Will this pan fit a 1967 Chevy Impala
Does it come with the oil pan bolts?
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