Weiand Oil Pan Kit 1979-1993 Mustang w/ 351W
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Application: 1979-93 Mustang 351W
Crank Scraper Included: No
Dipstick Location: None
Finish: Black Painted Finish
Oil Pan Capacity: 7.0 Quarts
Oil Pan Depth: 6.00''
Oil Pan Type: Fabricated
Sump Location: Rear
Windage Tray Included: No
Will this oil pan clear an aftermarket main girdle?
Will this pan work on a 351w svo block with 4 bolt main caps?
I have a 66 Mustang with a Heidts front end with a manual rack. Putting a 351W stroked to a 408 is this the rt oil pan for my application?
What is the depth of the front sump on this oil pan?
It says no dipstick location but I can see one on side of the pan? Can you reccommend a dipstick for this kit?
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