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08-12-2008 12:39 AM
jimfulco 360450 is the correct pan for use with that tray. 465220 is also OK, it's just an older part number.
08-10-2008 05:35 AM
406 oil pan that works with a Z28 windage tray?

I finally got the 406 short block and heads for my '73 Vette back from the shop. The previous owner had a GM 3927136 Z-28 (5 stud) windage tray installed that I want to reuse. I'm replacing the junk chrome stock style oil's in bad shape and it appears that the studs/tray were hitting the pan baffle and broke all but a couple of the welds holding it in place...lucky it didn't completely break loose...

I'm looking at the GM 360450, but not sure if it will clear. See this post...

Any recommedations on what oil pan will work with on 406 with the windage tray? Thx...

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