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correct oil pan? 1956 F-250 with 292

Posted By jeves 6 Years Ago
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jeves
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I am replacing my oil pan because it seems to have hit the axle and now has a crack and the plug won't thread. Right now it sits 2" above the axle. I wonder if I should replace with the same kind or look for a different kind of oil pan? Or will new springs solve the clearance problem?
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'56 F-250 with 292


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Looks like a car oil pan (front sump).  You need a rear sump pan.



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