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    Default Stef's Aluminum Oil Pan

    Sold.
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    is it a Gen 6 or Gen 4 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellion View Post
    is it a Gen 6 or Gen 4 ?
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    Do you know if it is notched enough for a 572 ci. 4.500 inch stroke.

    Thanks John T,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrohillbilly View Post
    Do you know if it is notched enough for a 572 ci. 4.500 inch stroke.

    Thanks John T,

    Not sure if Wheeler will know, but looks to me like the notches are pretty deep,, almost the middle of the bolt holes, so chances are it will clear fine.

    If you have priced a new one,, probably should be all over that one!

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    I think it will clear also, guess I will take my chances.... SOLD I will take it. Will pm later to get the details.

    Thanks JT

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    Well I'm out in that case ! I need a Gen 4 Thanks for letting us know for sure !

    JT

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    That's a smokin deal!!! I paid over 900 (good guy price) for a full feature steffs gen 6 like this one. FYI: mine does not have the striker notches, and I have a 4.25" crank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
    Bump to the top.
    Did you get my PM???...

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    You still have your pan?

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    To the top!

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    Do u still have this pan

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    Quote Originally Posted by s10jake View Post
    Do u still have this pan
    Yes I do.

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    ttt

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