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    c.moo Well-Known Member

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    Was thinking about buying a vans repop oil pan for 64/65 b body oil pan , not the one for max wedge . Has anybody got one ? Wanting to know how it fit and if it clear the crank . Thanks
     
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    khryslerkid FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    This one
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    Or this one
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    c.moo Well-Known Member

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    Bottom one , SKU; CHBOIL 195 200.00 Didn't know about the top one . Thanks
     
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    Won"t the 187 pan also work? 440'
     
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    khryslerkid FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    The 187 in my 64 works. Pretty much the same as the 699 pan I have hanging on the wall.
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    It has the clearance to clear the early K frames and the correct slant at rear for steering linkage clearance on 62-65 B bodies . The only problem is no one is reproducing the correct pickup for these pans, one must fabricated to fit correctly. Crankshaft clearance should not be a problem.
     
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      i have that pan, not going to use it, PM me for a deal.
       
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