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FS: Moroso 4x4 oil pan & pickup

I used this oil pan in my Bronco. Then, I put the engine in a Mustang that used a different oil pan. Therefore, this one is for sale. It's used, but is perfectly functional.

Oil pan:
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

Pickup:
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...part=MOR-24504

$170

I'll take some pictures and post them up.

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pan

how deep is this pan at the front ? i'm wondering if it will fit a fox body with a tubular crossmember.

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how deep is this pan at the front ? i'm wondering if it will fit a fox body with a tubular crossmember.

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It measures ~7" from the pan rail. It's fit would depend on your motor's placement in relation to the k-member.

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Would you sell the pickup separate???
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Would you sell the pickup separate???
Unless, I had buyers for the individual pieces, I'd prefer to sell them together. Anybody interested in just the oil pan?

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I'll take both pan and pickup. How do would you like the payment for them?
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I'll take both pan and pickup. How do would you like the payment for them?

I just realized I already have three PM's from people offering to buy the pan and pickup. Apparently, my email was sending those notices to my Spam Box...that's fixed now.

To be fair, I'm going to offer them the opportunity to buy it since they attempted to contact me first.

Sorry about the confusion!

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That is the pan I have in my drag car, it is in a 87 cougar tube chasis with motor back 8 inches. 12 quarts with accumilator(spell chk.) pan works fine.

let it happen.
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Oil pan has been sold. Guys, sorry about all the confusion on this!

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