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    working on my son in laws 17-10 sanger flat bottom.going with a sbc since this boat came set up this way,mounts ect. ect. we have 7 3/4 inchs from the pan rail to the bottom of the floor front to back of the engine.were in the world do we find a V DRIVE PAN to fit?
    and were should the oil pump pick up be located? since the engine is mounted backwards,i would think the pick up should be at the timeing cover location.and the pan would need trap doors/baffles to keep the pick up submerged in oil at all times.the engine we have mocked up in the boat sits real even with the stringers,ie. no big slant.please help as this is my first time working on v drive type boats.
    thanks don
    ps. i will have mike post some pics. so you can see what were dealing with.

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    I bought a Canton Racing "reverse mount pan and rear mounted pickup" form Summit Racing. It is 7&1/4" from bottom of engine rail, it also comes with trap door and windage tray. Fits all small block Chevys (2 types for early and late models. Was reasonably priced @ $309.00 perfect fit including the 1 piece gasket. You will have to look under :marine pans. You use a stock M77 big block pump. There pickup tube is designed to mount at rear of boat for optimum oil pickup.

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    what other options do we have besides canton?? thanks
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    The Canton pan is a good call for the $$$$. I use Olsen pans and have had great luck with them. They are Aluminum and cost a bit more than the Summitt pan.

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    Use a dry sump cann't beat um.. Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisandon95386 View Post
    working on my son in laws 17-10 sanger flat bottom.going with a sbc since this boat came set up this way,mounts ect. ect. we have 7 3/4 inchs from the pan rail to the bottom of the floor front to back of the engine.were in the world do we find a V DRIVE PAN to fit?
    and were should the oil pump pick up be located? since the engine is mounted backwards,i would think the pick up should be at the timeing cover location.and the pan would need trap doors/baffles to keep the pick up submerged in oil at all times.the engine we have mocked up in the boat sits real even with the stringers,ie. no big slant.please help as this is my first time working on v drive type boats.
    thanks don
    ps. i will have mike post some pics. so you can see what were dealing with.
    not sure if it was u or not, but someone here hit me up on my SBC oil pan for sale.. here some pics if interested.. its got a BBC pickup in it. Also, got a cam drive for the water pump with it


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    what brand oil pan is it.can you measure in the front and back of pan as we oniy
    have 7 3/4 max.front/back for the pan to fit.
    thanks don

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