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Windage Tray 400 SBC

I am going to add a Milodon "DIAMOND STRIPPER" windage tray to my 406, but am confused as to which model I need to run when using the stock oil pan.

Milodon indicates;
- model 32250 for SB Chevy - 350 & 400
- model 32255 for SB Chevy - 350 & 400, with full length pan
Jegs and Summit information just adds to the confusion.

Is anyone running one and if so which model?

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Old 08-10-2008, 10:32 AM
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I have a model no. 32250 in my 383.



As far as a stock pan, I'm not sure. I am using a Moroso no. 20190 pan.



I had to modify it so that the dipstick wouldn't drag on it. This was giving me false readings which eventually lead to problems







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Thanks for the heads up on the dip stick Ed, I will double check that during install.
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Don't waste your money on the diamond stripper, same thing only cheaper.

http://www.speedwaymotors.com/p/1754...temNo=91015100

I have this same part, it is just like the Diamond stripper, only you don't have to use special milodon bolts. I hope this helps. So Far this has been a great part minus a little custom fit.
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With being in Canada, I can get the Milodon from a speed shop down the street, the Speedways looks very close though and I am sure works just as well.

Anyone have the Milodon tray in a 400 block with a stock pan?
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