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351M in a 54 Ford Pick up with A TCI Mustang crossmember

I am looking for a an oil pan that I can use on a ford 351M/400 engine I am installing in a 1954 Ford F100 pickup with a TCI mustang crossmember and a power rack and pinion steering - Has anyone ran into this problem and what seems to work. I found Canton Racing makes one that is closem but it still may need to be altered. Ford truck rear sump pans seem to have the sump still a little too forward and they interfere with the crossmember.Thanks

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Welcome to the board. You are new so donít know the ins and outs yet. This forum is intended for general introductions only. Tech questions posted here donít get the coverage they deserve. Repost your question in the engine forum and it will have a good chance of being answered. Read the Newbie threads at the top of every forum for lots of good site info like this.
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