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Milidon flat bottom drag pan with pump

Milodon flat bottom drag pan, rear sump, drap doors, widage tray, includes Meling HV oil pump with braces, pump has been ported, has larger diameter pick up tube, high pressure releif spring and heat treated chrome moly drive shaft. Also comes with stainless steel fasteners for oil pan.

Asking $250 plus shipping
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The ad states that it's a rear sump (for a car), check out the pictures - you can see the pan is deeper at the back. Exact same pan I'm running on my 545 powered 50 Ford. It's a ten quart capacity.

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will this pan fit the A460 block
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YES.

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will this pan fit the A460 block
Yes, that's what I had it on.

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Full tube chassis, IHRA & NHRA certified
526 c.i. C & C Boss 429 Hemi
Littlefield 14-71 High Helix Retro, Kobelco K-9 rotors, 22% over
Enderle alcohol inj.
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milidon says up to a 4" stroke with this pan, i was wondering if you ran anymore stroke than that or is it that tight?
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milodon thinks all big blocks are like chevys.
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4.5 stroke clears with ease.

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milodon thinks all big blocks are like chevys.
What Chuck Said.

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