SBC CHEVY 1pcRMS PASS. SIDE DIPSTICK 5 QT ZINC OIL PAN 86-UP # 9414-Z CLEARANCE
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The items in our clearance special will be selling at well below cost prices. These items have accumulated in our former warehouse that we're converting to our new additional machine shop for building engines. In the past, we would sell these items at local swap meets and other various selling venues. Due to time constraints, these items have to go.
Go to our store to see many hundreds of such items.
There are many reasons as to why these items are being closed out. Listed below are some of the many possibilities. Most all these items are in perfectly new condition. No gimmicks. We are in a rush to get our second machine shop up and going.
SBC CHEVY 1PC. RMS. 5 QT OIL PAN. 1985-UP 1PC REAR MAIN SEAL CHEVY ENGINES WITH A PASSENGER SIDE DIPSTICK.
FITS SBC BLOCKS BUILT 1985 AND AFTER
with PASSENGER side dipstick.
THIS IS A 5QT OIL PAN AND WILL FIT MOST STOCK VEHICLES BUT DO CHECK FOR CLEARANCE ISSUES, AS THESE PANS ARE WIDER AT THE BOTTOM THAN STOCK.
SEE OUR OTHER LISTINGS FOR OIL PAN RELATED ACCESSORIES
Read this listing completely before purchasing this pan.
We are confident you will like this oil pan very much.
ACCEPTS UP TO A 3.750 STROKE CRANKSHAFT
This is for engines using a 1 pc. rear main seal.
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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