JEGS GM LS Oil Pan Features:
- Desired for LS Engine Swaps
- Cast Aluminum with Thick Ridges for Extra Strength
- Engineered for Clearance with OEM Fitment
- Include Gasket, Sump Baffle, Pickup Tube, Oil Filter Stud, Oil Passage Cover Plus Drain Plug & Hardware
- Retains Stock Oil Filter Location
- Requires AC Delco PF48 Oil Filter or Equivalent. We recommend JEGS oil filter 555-JG113
- 1967-1969 & 1982-1992 Camaro/Firebird
- 1968-1974 Apollo/Nova/Omega/Ventura
- 1978-1988 G-Body
- 1964-1972 A-Body
- 1979-2004 Mustang
Note: If Additional Oil Pan Clearance is Needed for Chassis Interference we Recommend JEGS 555-50277 Pan. See Pan Illustration above for Dimensions.
Retrofit Oil Pan Kits for Your LS Swap
Tested and proven for versatility, JEGS GM LS Oil Pans will eliminate any fitment issues that may arise during your engine swap. Made to simplify installation, these cast aluminum oil pans are designed with a stock-style oil filter mount and a sump depth that will clear most chassis as well as the ground without modification.
Will this pan work on a 1970 thru 1981 F-body subframe?
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