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    Default Looking for a stef's jet boat oil pan

    needs to be at least 4.25 stroke capable. Looking to see what's out there new or used tell me what you got, thanks.

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    I've got a 10 quart polished pan with oil pump and pickup for $250. No windage tray built into the pan... Should clear 4.25 crank. I can take some measurements for you if you are interested.
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    thanks for the offer but i'm looking for a stef's pan.

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    Ford or chevy

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTHERED View Post
    I've got a 10 quart polished pan with oil pump and pickup for $250. No windage tray built into the pan... Should clear 4.25 crank. I can take some measurements for you if you are interested.
    Last time I checked, jets didn't use an extend pickup used for a motor mounted flywheel foward!



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    looking for a bbc, sorry forgot to mention that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Last time I checked, jets didn't use an extend pickup used for a motor mounted flywheel foward!

    that's what I was thinking, wouldn't really call it a "polished" jet pan,
    more like a "chrome v-drive pan"

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    bump, still looking.

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