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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-07-2007, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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Mark 8 pan and pickup

Mark 8 oil pan, pickup tube, and pan gasket. It has a fitting in the front of it for the Vortech drain line. Perfect for any Vortech users, or you can plug it up.

Great condition, no rust or dents.

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Just a little dirty, haven't cleaned it up since it was pulled off.

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an asking price would be helpful.
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What size is the hole on the pan?! 3/8?


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It's a fitting in the pan. You could take it out and weld it over. Or find a plug and screw into it. Or it'd be good for you to use as an oil return for your turbos if you could find a Vortech oil return. Yes, the hole appears to be 3/8".

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