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Old 11-15-2009, 10:08 AM
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what kind of back sump pan can work on a 351m/400 block can some one tail me

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I don't know what type vehicle you are working on, But you can get a rear sump pan of of a 351m/400 out of a 77 through 79 4x4 truck / bronco they should have the rear sump. But it would help to know what you are putting the engine in. I am pretty sure there are other years that will work also these years was off the top of my head.JMO.

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