Milodon's Stainless Steel Engine Oil Dipsticks have a unique, sleek design that provides easy access to reading your engines oil level. All hardware is CNC machined from billet stainless steel that will stay rust-free and eye-popping in any engine bay. These oil dipsticks are available in a dipstick and tube assembly for most popular GM, Ford and Chrysler engines or as a replacement dipstick for custom applications.
Stainless Steel Engine Oil Dipstick Assemblies: These assemblies include the engine oil dipstick and tube for one complete kit. An o-ring seal at the top will protect against water or contaminents getting into the tube and oil system. These assemblies also deliver a very effecient seal for race cars running an internal vacuum pump or vac-u-pan system.
Replacement Stainless Steel Engine Oil Dipsticks: These dipstick only assemblies are available for custom oil pan applications where the oil level may be lower than normal. The dipstick level is measured from tip up-to the flange on the handle that seats the tube assembly. Only designed to be used in Milodon's dipstick tubes and will not fit stock dipstick tubes.
Is this dip stick on peice stick and handle or does it have a set screw holding the together ?
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