CHAMP SBC CHEVY 5QT OIL PAN 86-UP 1pc.RMS, PASSENGER SIDE DIPSTICK CP-40-RB
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CHAMP OIL PAN FOR SBC CHEVY
FITS 1986-UP BLOCKS, 1 PC. RMS, PASSENGER SIDE DIPSTICK
STEEL 5 QUART OIL PAN PART# CP-40-RB
This pan is stock appearing. It has one 6" trapdoor, one crankscraper, and a removable horsepower saving louvered windage tray.
Oil capacity of 5 qts. with filter.
Dimensions: 7 1/2" Deep
If you think you will have clearance issues with an 8qt. oil pan, this is a 5qt capacity with a stock appearance.
The quality of these pans far exceeds any of the possibly lower priced ones that you may see available. We have seen some of these other pans and find the quality totally unacceptable. Our Champ oil pans are certain to give a very good fit, and are well constructed. See our other listings for many oil pan related accessories. Be sure this is the correct oil pan for your block.
Important Note: We do not make reference to "left hand or right hand" dipstick in any of our oil pan ads. This has caused numerous errors for many people purchasing an oil pan. The problem is that many people's point of reference to left and right hand is different, as in left hand sitting in the car or standing in front of it. Please don't ask us if the dipstick is on the left or right side, just use the reference of "driver side or passenger side" in the description of the ad. It's impossible to get it wrong this way. As you may have also noticed, we do often include the year range that these oil pans are intended for, and that will only be useful if the car has the original engine in it. Often these older cars have had an engine replaced in them over the years, and it very well could have the dipstick on the opposite side. Also beware of some engines having changed from a 1pc. rear main seal to a 2pc. rear main seal style or vice-versa. This is very common. We might also mention that our reference to driver and passenger side is for cars built in the USA for use in this country. As you may know, many countries choose to put the steering wheel on the wrong side of the car to accommodate driving on the wrong side of the road...at least, that's the way we see it.
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