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Old 07-02-2013, 06:37 PM
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Jamco Oil Pan Kit

Hi I got a small block 350 in a 50 ford. I'm using the jamco motor mounts and oil pan kit (part code OPKSBC). The oil pump and pick up tube are screwed up. I was wondering if anyone else had a problem with this too and if a stock oil pump and pick up will work fine with this oil pan. Thanks

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What do you mean by screwed up?

A stock pickup tube probably won't be the correct length in a 7 quart pan, you have to do some measuring and find a tube/screen assembly that will give you the right pan bottom clearances.
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Did the pickup assembly get mauled while installing the press fit tube? If so, you can make a tool that will help a LOT when it comes to installing the p-u.

That front sump pan, oil pump and p-u look similar to early Chevy II V8 parts. If you need a new p-u, I'd look to see if one for the Chevy II will replace yours correctly.

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