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Re: Oil Sump (pan) Need Super Major

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Well the attempt by the welding shop failed. I located a used one, it came and looks fine.

I had to shim my radius arm as my old oil pan had a 1" hole to match the radius arm, the new one has a 3/4" hole. No big deal, got a top link bushing and it was a little small so built it up with brass rod, inserted it into radius arm hole backing it up with some locktite press fit green.

All fits together well.

I have the pan cleaned up and painted and the block sealing surface ready.

I did quit a bit of leveling work on the oil pan sealing surface, guess over the years and perhaps form the factory it was not real true.

Now to line up the help (someone than can bench press more than me!).

I am going to clean and paint the engine while it is this far torn down so wont put the freshly painted pan on until the front half it cleaned up and painted.

Still reaching 100's around here so things are going slow!

Rick H...

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08-01-2012 14:58:27

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 Re: Oil Sump (pan) Need Super Major in reply to rickne, 07-22-2012 07:25:55  
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Well got the oil pan put on. Used floor jack with transmission adapter and one other person to work the jack.

Here is a tip, if you remove and reinstall the timing cover, make sure you do not put to long of a bolt through the front plate on either side!!!!!

That little miss hap cost me an hour of twisting turning and sweating in the terrible temps we been having. Glad I did not force anything!

Rick H...

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