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i hate to beat a dead horse ive seen the post with this on here but with no answer to the question that i have i had my engine rebuilt by jasper my buddys shop put it in.the problem i have is they switched the oilpan and wrote junk on mine.well the pan they put on it is for a screw in tube.where the heck am i gonna find that.1977 f150 4x4 4.9l staight 6
 
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Screw-in dipstick tube?
 
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screw in dipstick tube
 
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by joejoe55 View Post
I hate to beat a dead horse, I've seen the post with this on here, but with no answer to the question that I have.

I had my engine rebuilt by Jasper my buddy's shop put it in. The problem I have is they switched the oil pan and wrote junk on mine.

The pan they put on it is for a screw in tube. Where the heck am I gonna find that?

1977 F150 4x4 300 I-6
Jasper probably sent you an 'exchange' engine, one that they had in stock that was already rebuilt, but failed to notice the oil pan was different.

Contact Jasper, tell them you want your oil pan.

C7TZ-6675-D .. Oil Pan / Obsolete

1967/74 F100/250 4WD 240/300 I-6 / 1969/72 E100/300 (Econoline) 240/300 I-6 / 1975/79 F100/250 4WD 300 I-6.

240 I-6 cancelled at the end of the 1974 model run.
 
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Old 02-11-2019, 03:49 PM
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240 and 300 oil pumps didn't have a screw-in oil pickup tube. And it's the oil pump, not the pan, that dictates whether the tube is bolt on or screw on/in. The Ford 240 and 300 catalog callout for oil pump is the same from beginning to end. The pickup tube for a 4WD is 74-S3. There is a shorter pickup tube for the 2WD version. The 4WD must have had a deeper pan shaped to go over the front axle. Amazon for $59. Rockauto is less but they're out of stock.

The pickup attaches to the oil pump oil inlet with a two bolt flange and a gasket. You can also buy the oil pan new.

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no sir they picked my motor up and took it to indiana they didnt have one on the shelf sent mine back with different oil pan and my oil pan was in the box with junk wrote on it.what they didnt like about it i dont know
 
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240 and 300 oil pumps didn't have a screw-in oil pickup tube. And it's the oil pump, not the pan, that dictates whether the tube is bolt on or screw on/in.

The Ford 240 and 300 catalog call out for oil pump is the same from beginning to end.

The pickup tube for a 4WD is 74-S3.

The pickup attaches to the oil pump oil inlet with a two bolt flange and a gasket.

You can also buy the oil pan new.
But not from Ford, it's obsolete...and none are available NOS
C7TZ-6622-A .. Oil Pickup Tube / Obsolete

1967 F100/250 4WD 240/300 from change/L8/ // 1968/74 F100/250 4WD 240/300 // 1969/74 E100/300 (Econoline) 240/300 // 1975/79 F100/250 4WD 300.
 
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So put your pan back on it? If it has a hole or a crack weld it up?

Lokar makes screw in dip stick tubes.
 

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