Superstock oil pan for 340

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  1. BVoelzke

    BVoelzke Well-Known Member

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    Believe me I am in no way any where close to knowing what I am talking about I have just been a fan of Stock and S/S for a long time and read a lot about it. I do have a few friends that compete in the classes it’s always interesting to hear them talk about their combos. Like this past year it’s always great to see the Mopars do well in those classes.
     
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    Long Live - Super Stock
    It will always be popular .
     
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    I think the dana 60 is legal in stock , we ahve one under our duster. 340 car
     
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    • RustyRatRod

      RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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      That's a fantastic lookin car!
       
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      • 70aarcuda

        70aarcuda Master Hoader of SBM FABO Gold Member

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        There is at least 6 stockers will dana 60 under them in Vegas....even a 65 Beleveder 273 with a 4 speed....
         
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        Dana’s have been legal for years
         
      • DavidDean

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        Which Kevco pan are you using ? I've used several of the 8qt w/ kick out with good luck. I 've added crank scrapers from crankscrapers.com. I thought they made good power and did a fair job of controlling the oil. They aren't excessively deep which worked well for me. Before wheelie bars on my duster I tore up a milidon pan on a big wheelie.
         
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          I will also look into crank scrapers, thank you.
           
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          I would recommend making your own crank scraper. I bought and paid for one, waited for over a year, and got nothing but lies and invalid tracking numbers. Finally got reimbursed.
           
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          I think Kevko and JR Pans will both make minor mods to one of their stock pans to suit your needs.

          Lots of complaints about the Ray Charles welding on Milodon pans.
           
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          Crank scrapers is good to deal with. They are reasonably affordable.
          He cuts them so they are on the ball park, and then you trim to your needs or spend more and get the plastic 0 clearance model.
          Husband and wife business, good service their and nice workmanship.
           
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          a small block chev scrapper will fit, bore spacing is the same. need to trim to fit rods and drill new bolt pattern on it. do no t have it super tight to the crank, need room for oil to lube cam lobes. usually .060 is best.
           
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          What I liked about crank scrapers is that he has a model specifically for a sbm with a stroker crank which fits better in some key areas.
           
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          I have several brand new early Milodon Pans that I would sell about 10 years
          old = they were much better then!

          You may know our cars.

          Goggle John Irving drag Racer
           
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          GTX JOHN Well-Known Member

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          I run out of my friend Gregg Luneauk's shop!
           
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          SS/KA 71 Duster = 1 Plus under in bracket mode!

          PM me if I can be of any help on anything!
           
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          you can have a competent engine builder custom make one for your motor for not much more than 100 bucks. That's what i did.
          The Mopar shop that did my stroker fabbed me one.
           
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          Awesome news John, do you have the pickup also? My Duster used to be Gregg's car.
           
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          I don't think I paid more than a hundred bucks for mine and that includes one for each side of the motor, but my labour to trim is free. I do my own motors except machining so I like to know what's in there. Just sharing my experience with this company.
          I'm sure there are others.
           
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