I put a dipstick in my "H". There's a cast boss that sticks out on the side of the block, just ahead of the filter. Remove the oil pan, get the sharpest drills you have, and start drilling in the center of this boss, at the correct angle down, so you'll miss the crank. Drill a bit, then open that hole up with the next size drill, then go back and drill further with the first drill, the object being not to break off a bit. I had to drill thru 2 3/4" of cast iron. Tap the hole, get a piece of 3/8" tube, as i recall, re-thread it from NPT threads to fine threads, and installthat. I got a Ford dipstick, put it in, and make sure it misses the crank. (Mine misses the crank by 3/4".) Remove all the chips and filings. Works great, and truth be told, I check the oil much more often now. I used to check it once a year. Dipstick looks real cool too.
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