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Old 10-21-2008, 03:00 PM
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Is anyone familiar with an offering to replace the factory oil pan with an aluminum one?
It is for a 1995 E 150
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I have only seen steel replacement pans for these vehicles.
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Yeah, thats all I've ever seen is steel.
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When ya hit a steel pan, it bends.
When ya hit an aluminum pan, it breaks and it's TIG welder time.
Choose accordingly.
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This does not belong here. Post in the appropriate forum please
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