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Postby h-bot » Wed Dec 29, 1999 1:54 am

From: mahoy78spyder_REMOVE_672542_THIS_@yahoo.com


you'll need to cut away from the front of the pan
somewhat to clear the steering.... you can buy the Moroso
or Milodon aftermarket 6-7 quart pans, or go with a
stock V8 Monza pan... if you're racing, I'd go with the
Milodon... the Moroso needs some minor "tuning" to get it to
fit...

Ken

P.S. If you need a stock V8
Monza oil pan, I "may" still have one for sale... let
me know if you're interested and I'll check the
garage....


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Postby h-bot » Wed Dec 29, 1999 2:21 am

From: denisst78_REMOVE_425054_THIS_@yahoo.com


The moroso won`t fit the 400 block
(it`s
written in their catalog)
the milodon oil pan will fit
the 400
but only whit stock style rods
(5.7
rods from a 350 should be ok)

The stock monza
v-8 pan should
fit on your 400 whit stock
rods
but it may need a bit of hammering
in some area to
clear rods

Denis


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Postby h-bot » Wed Dec 29, 1999 1:35 pm

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Milodon makes a pan for the v8 vega/monza swap that works with a 400 sbc


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