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351w oil pan/ 5.0 oil pan interchange?

Will a %.0 oil pan interchange with a 351 W engine?

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You will need to post your question in the engine forum..

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This forum is for help and suggestions with the site. Your question needs to go in the Engine forum....that way the folks that have the answers will see it.
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Will a %.0 oil pan interchange with a 351 W engine?[/QUOTE]


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351W is wider across the rear main cap seal..
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