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Removing B Oil Pan Question

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Tim in New York

11-13-2016 08:18:38

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The oil pan gasket on my B was leaking, so I ordered a new one. Got all the bolts out of the pan, but I can't get it off the bottom of the engine. Do I need to remove the bolt that holds the axle to the frame to get the pan off?


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11-24-2016 06:02:20

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 Re: Removing B Oil Pan Question in reply to Tim in New York, 11-13-2016 08:18:38  
Mine actually went on easier than getting it removed. Strange???

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Dick L

11-15-2016 12:15:10

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 Re: Removing B Oil Pan Question in reply to Tim in New York, 11-13-2016 08:18:38  
Years ago I put on a picture of two pans that I had taken off two different B's. Corner ways one was longer than the other. The longer one from one corner to the other I had to loosen the bolts about 1/2" so the front axle could be pried forward. The shorter pan corner to corner would rotate to miss the pivot bolt to drop down.

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Tim in New York

11-17-2016 11:08:23

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 Re: Removing B Oil Pan Question in reply to Dick L, 11-15-2016 12:15:10  
I was able to wiggle the pan out after turning the wheels all the way to the right. I am not sure exactly why that helped, but it did. Now I just need to get it back on.


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11-13-2016 12:22:08

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 Re: Removing B Oil Pan Question in reply to Tim in New York, 11-13-2016 08:18:38  
Just turn the wheels all the way to the right and finesse it off. That should work. Im restoring a B now. I plan on removing the axle assembly to change front timing cover gasket and seal. I need to change my oil pickup at the same time. Good luck

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Tim in New York

11-13-2016 17:44:19

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 Re: Removing B Oil Pan Question in reply to Raptor44, 11-13-2016 12:22:08  
OK - will give that a try.

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