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Seals great MY ***.
I'm nearing the end of the Tremec 5 speed swap in my '70 Charger and had to pull the pan to fix a dent that was caused by supporting the engine with a tall screw jack. The oil pan had been leaking a bit but only when driving the car. Idling or cruising slow didn't seem to be a problem. Look at the oil streaks on the right side headers though...
That actually looks better than with my Milodon pan. The pan covers more of the tray. I noticed that the punched holes in the pan had more metal to the outside edge on this 402 pan compared to the Milodon.
Now the Milodon pan:
This made me curious.
402 pan length 24 5/16".
Milodon pan length 24 1/16".
The bolt holes are the proper distance apart, the Milodon pan just has a narrower flange. This wouldn't pose a problem for the standard gaskets or windage tray but this molded tray with the raised sealing ribs are meant to work with stock pans.