Small Block Chevy
JEGS 555-50251 Small Block Chevy Stock-Style Replacement Oil Pan Features:
- Designed to accept stock oil pump pickup and will work with an OE-style dipstick
- Finished in black for great looks and a long life
- Stock Style Oil Pump Pickup is also recommended, 555-50215, sold separately.
What size are the oil pan bolts on a small block Chevy?
- The oil pan bolts for the JEGS 50251 small block Chevy oil pan are of the standard size. It's recommended to use appropriate tools and torque specifications during installation.
How deep is a stock Chevy 350 oil pan?
- The JEGS 50251 oil pan is designed to match the depth specifications of a stock Chevy 350 oil pan, ensuring compatibility and proper fitment for your application.
What is the difference between SBC oil pans?
- SBC oil pans may differ in design, capacity, and features. The JEGS 50251 offers specific advantages, such as [highlight key features], making it a reliable choice for your small block Chevy.
What weight of oil does a 350-small block take?
- The recommended oil weight for a 350-small block engine is typically in the range of 10W30 - 10W40. Always refer to your vehicle's manual for the manufacturer's specifications.
what is the depth of the sump part of the pan and what is the front timing chain radius? I am looking for a sbc oil pan that is 7 1/2" deep at the sump with a 2 3/8' radius for the timing chain (front) of the pan. With driver side dipstick.
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