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Stef's Aluminum Oil Pan Chrysler 318-340

861-1071

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/30/18

$619.99
Stef's Aluminum Oil Pan Chrysler 318-340 $619.99
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Aluminum Oil Pan
  • Chrysler 318-340
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    1071

    Designed for Sportsman Racers and Pro Street Enthusiasts
    Block fit & leak tested, Stef's Aluminum Oil Pans feature a PTFE-coated unidirectional windage tray and race-proven trap door with baffled sump area for excellent oil control. Pans measure 4-1/2" deep front and 8" deep rear with a 6-quart capacity. Special flywheels or starters are not required for clearance, but check stock pan dimensions as Chevy pans may not fit 1962-67 Chevy II, early Chevelle & Camaro, and Monza V8. All pans include oil pump pickup, magnetic oil drain plug, and mounting hardware; some pans include an oil pump.

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