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Old 03-01-2005, 09:34 PM
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Y block truck oil pan needed

Hey,

I already put a "wanted" thing in the classifieds, but I like to cut to the chase and ask the gang! I scored a running 272 (with issues, of course) for my truck, and am in the process of rebuilding it. The engine is a '57 out of a car (yes, with the ECZ-G heads, YAY!).

Anyhow, since it's a car, the oil pan is wrong and I need one for a truck. I am the lucky owner of not one but THREE car oil pans! DOH!

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Old 03-01-2005, 11:14 PM
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John Mummert has them listed on his website under "used parts".
40 bucks.
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I ran a Y car oil pan in my 60 for years. Used it on the farm and the pan never hit the axle. Fits up to the truck timing cover same as truck oil pan. No problem mechanically.
If you buy a truck oil pan make sure you get the oil pickup tube that goes with it.
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My situation is that I'm lowering the truck. The front is down 3" and will go another 2-3" before it's all said and done. The rear end is also coming down a healthy 6 - 8". That's where my concern is for needing a truck sump.
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There are Several 292 Pans on e-Bay as I type this.

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Man, I can't find any...I looked under "y block" "292 oil pan" "Ford oil pan".
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Find more than one let me know, as am looking for one also.
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I have several....but on engines, I am not using......hate to remove them but will if you cannot find any others.
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try pearsons wrecking in pearsonville ca .. he only deals in 50s-60s-70s american cars and trucks and he ships world wide ,,, i've scored some good stuff from him in the past,,and it's all calif low/no rust stuff..i drive past him a couple times a yr and always make it a point to stop..
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RE; Truck oil pan

are you still looking for a pan?
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