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JEGS Street & Strip Engine Swap Oil Pan Kit for GM LS Series Engines

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JEGS 50238K
$402.36
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Street & Strip Engine Swap Oil Pan Kit
  • GM LS-Series Engines
  • 7-Quart Capacity Plus Filter

    Includes:
  • Street & Strip Engine Swap Oil Pan
  • One-Piece Oil Pan Gasket
  • Performance GM Oil Filter
  • Oil Pump Pickup Tube
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 08/09/21
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    Will this fit a 2013 LS3 engine? Dimensions needed: front edge of oil pan mounting flange to front face of sump, width of sump (with kickout), depth of sump from mounting flange and depth of front portion of the pan. Thanks.

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