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To answer everyone's questions, sorry they aren't US made. Making them in the US would have cost 3 times as much, and for that type of money, you can just buy regular roller rockers, and there would have been no point to making the Ductile Iron style. They have just shipped out from the...
Thanks everyone for the nice comments. Yes, we are relatively small. We currently have 4 employees, in the past it's been up to 6-8, but that's about it. Our shop is 10,000 square feet. Most people don't realize how small the Mopar market is compared to Chevy and Ford stuff. Summit has hundreds...
For those interested, we are coming out with new mounts soon that will fix all these issues. (Should have them in stock in about 4-6 weeks) The new part number will be "2250HEAVY" and they will likely be $29.95 each. Here are some of the differences:
For those interested, here are the differences between the new mounts we are coming out with soon (Should have them in stock in about 4-6 weeks) and the ones currently on the market. The new part number will be "2250HEAVY" and they will likely be $29.95 each.
The repops are much thicker. The original factory pans are stamped from .049" sheet metal, and we are making the reproductions from .083", about a 70% increase in thickness over the original factory ones.
There are only two companies still actually making those mounts, Anchor and Westech. Any other "brands" you buy are just one of these two being reboxed. These are known in the aftermarket as the "2250" mount. They are both made in China or India, they both suck. Unfortunately these are the only...
We are still working hard on reproducing the 971 pan. We've hit a lot of roadblocks in some areas and made progress in other areas. But we are pursuing all options. If anyone has any more 971 pans in good condition that they would like to sell to us, that would help the project move along more...
We sell the IC843-030. Our part number for it is 5036. We have multiple sets on the shelf, ready to ship within minutes. Our price is currently $699. Both Summit and Jegs are north of $800. Mancini's price is very low, they likely have very old stock, if they actually have them in stock. If you...
This always works well for situations where the oil pressure needs to be dialed in (up or down.)
Adjustable Oil Pressure Regulator-440 Source
Also, FYI, the Melling and the Mahle pumps are the exact same item. Melling is the actual manufacturer. Mahle buys them from Melling and re-lables them.
We do remember that, and we are going to carry the actual 402 pan in the future for guys in your situation where they want to re-use the original pickup, or want the "402" stamping for a restoration... or other reasons similar to that. Thanks for the feedback!
We carry the hemi pan here: Oil Pan - 6 quart - A or C body with tie rod relief - Black-440 Source
And the 893 pan here: Oil Pan - 6 quart - 67-69 Big Block A Body Factory Repro Pan-440 Source
Both in stock and ready to ship.
We keep over 161,000 Big Block Mopar parts on the shelf ready to ship to you within 24 hours. Nothing about building a Big Block Mopar should be hard to find if you check out our web store: -440 Source