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    Rocken Brice New Member

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    I have a 1969 Dart with a new tubular K member suspension. I bought a 360 dodge engine with a 1988 block. The oil pan on it is a rear sump( of course) which will not fit into the Dart . Can I just switch oil pans with a stock auto pan and get a sump change or am I in a pickle?
     
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    krazykuda Well-Known Member FABO Gold Member How-To Section Editor

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    You can just switch to a car pan and pick up tube...
     
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      Welcome to the forum. 360 car pans are fairly plentiful. Remember they are different from the 318-340 pans.
       
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      Staying with a stock type pan or deeper aftermarket?
       
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      If you have the clearance use a Dakota V8 pan. With the tubular k frame is the steering linkage moved from the stock spot?
       
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      This will show the difference in the various oil pans...

      How to ID a Small Block Oil Pan 60's - 80's
       
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      Thanks for the replies, very helpful. This is a mild motor so no need for an extra deep pan. Everything on the tubular part remains in the same place but there is a bit more room in the center . The truck pan hits the center link though.
       
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