Stock Replacement Oil Pan (30735) by Milodon®, 1 Piece. Oil Pan made from Steel. 8-1/4'' Deep Sump. 5 Quarts & Filter. Stock Replacement Oil Pans These oil pans are stock replacements for generic factory oil pans and are perfect for restoration projects. They're also perfect for engines that are not intended for racing and just need a new stock style pan, that in many cases are not longer available from the dealer. They feature excellent fit and flat unwrapped oil pan rails, unlike most imported chrome stock replacement pans that don't even come close to fitting. Also featured are very effective internal horizontal baffles for proper oil control and Milodon's distinctive gold irridated finish. Made in the U.S.A.
If the oil pan on your classic Mustang is rusty or damaged, then it's time to put in a new one. Thankfully, CJ Pony Parts carries this nice Blue Stock Replacement Oil Pan specifically made for 1967-1970 Mustangs with an FE 390, 427 or 428 engine!
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Also, my local garage quoted me $160 to do this as I already have the nice 1-piece gasket. Im thinking for a job this long, dirty and dangerous (really, who wants to be laying under a jacked up Jeep?) the $160 my local garage wants is going to be money well spent. Good point thanks for your help.. I've gotta replace my steering box... so I'm gonna be under it anyway.. I'm pretty sure the rear main isn't leaking... with my luck I'd be better off not to mess with it. But I am going to replace the oil pan gasket.
Here are instructions for how to replace an oil pan gasket. A leaky oil gasket can be a nightmare and learning how to replace one can be a definite money saver. Leaky oil gaskets can cause a mess wherever you park your vehicle. Learning the proper technique to replace a oil gasket will eliminate that mess. Replacing a leaky oil pan gasket will also save you money if you do it yourself. Additionally, replacement of a leaky oil pan cover gasket is environmentally friendly. Read below and learn how you can replace a leaky oil pan cover. The steps needed are not as difficult as you might think. Don’t get me wrong, replacing a oil pan gasket is hard work but well worth the investment.