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I have a 77 ford van 351 W engine. I want to find an oil pan that drops in the back so I can install it in a 48 ford pickup

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-15-05, 09:35 AM
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See your local speed shop.There are pan compamies out there that do just this sort of thing..Like high energy pans...

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You could also try sterling for performance in Brisbane if you think a stock pan will do it.

He has a large selection of OEM pans including sumps. You will also need a different oil pump pick up to get this to work.
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I can not find Sterling on the internet. I did find out the closest thing is an econoline ford late 70s drops farther back but I have contacted several performance companies and no one has such a thing. Seems like other car companies dont want Fords to out run them
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Talk to a good fabricator or welder and he'll buzz one up real quick, just by adding parts to original sump, even fitting sump pan front or rear....
email sterling ...drewstirling@optusnet.com.au 07] 3801 1022

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