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OIL PAN - Model A & B 1927-1934
Brand New . . Still in development. . .  Cad work about done.
A show quality fine grained 356-T6 aluminum oil pan for your mighty 4-Banger Model A or B Ford.
Weather you're a road and touring guy,  or a showman looking for the very best, or perhaps you're an airplane owner looking to lose some weight, then this is the perfect combination for your Mighty Banger . . . Hey . . .let's have more fun than the other guys!
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There is no completion date or price at this time.
Two bosses near bottom on both sides for gauge sending probes.
Inside there are clearance-rod-swing-pathways for the Model B engine .
If you plan to put this on Model B engine you'll need to use a Model A flywheel housing.
The aluminum pan is 3/16" thick and reinforced and gusseted.
Boss provided for stock oil pump spring to seat on based on Ford drawing..
We used the G28-T oil pan as our guide  . . but added so much more.
The pan will use longer bolts in a couple positions (provided).
FINS . . .got to have fins. They run from the rear to about 2/3 up the front
The oil drain (at this time) is planned for at the rear end. Oil plug and ring gasket included.
The pan rail has been carefully designed to FIT out of the box.  The pan will hold about 1 extra quart of oil too.
The pan will have machined in "snap-in" slots to accept your oil pan dipper tray (not shown).
One of the most critical aspect is the rear main bearing seal. The curve is to the Ford drawing and comes to you with the seal cast for the Model A.
Don't worry Model B guys . . . the seam edge is a clearly marked as to where you can accurately cut, machine, or grind away about 3/8" of material so the seal fits the B main cap. . . .SLICK!