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alright i have 2 different BBC pans for sale.

1. is a dooley enterprises jet 10qt pan. it is used, but in great shape. i have the windage tray and fasteners for it. it was powder coated candy blue about 3 years ago. would like $250 obo for it. I am in so cal.

2 I have a cast aluminum offshore style pan. i was told the name of it, but already forgot (it has the KC or KE or something on the side, i'm sure someone will set me straight again on the brand). its oldschool, and was modified, the entire bottom of the pan now has fins that run up through it to act like a built in cooler. once a plate is made for the bottom you just plum water to it and you have your cooler. i would like $150 for this one obo of course.

if all works correctly i would like to get rid of these by this week...need to buy some new parts to finish up the new engine.

you can call me or pm me. cell: 559-917-7366

thanks, Andrew
 

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this is the only pic i have of the dooley pan right now, but i will get more tomorrow.
 

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thanks, billy! great talking to you


Blue Dooley is Sold

lets move the big aluminum pan... 150 and its gone!

Andrew
 

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The aluminum pan is a Kiekhaefer Mercury pan I believe. Probably worth considerably more to someone who wanted to mess with the oil cooler aspect of it. Certainly much cheaper than $600 or more for a 14 qt offshore pan.
 

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yeah sorry, it is a gen 4 pan.

i'll try to get some better pics up of the cooler portion and some closeups.

AP
 

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the 14 aluminum pan also comes with the pump that came out of it with the pickup that was made for it (came out of the engine i got complete)

common $150 part is in socal

AP
 

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ok here are some better pics of the big aluminum pan.









let me know 150 is a steal for this super sweet pan.

AP
 

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oil pan

How deep is that pan, looks too deep to work in a jet boat application. Also do you have the bottom piece that bolts to the pan??
 

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yeah i think its a bit too deep for a jet. i know it wouldn't fit in mine, which is why i'm not using it. the depth is 10 3/4 inch however with a plate on the bottom and bolts it may be like 11-11 1/4.

I do not have the plate for the bottom. i was going to make it, but just never did. I can also have an AN fitting welded on the center bottom hole. it appears that the center hole is where water would come in and the two outside would be exit. so if you want to use it then it would just be a matter of the plate with a welded on AN fitting and you re ready to go with a water cooled large capacity oil pan.

AP

How deep is that pan, looks too deep to work in a jet boat application. Also do you have the bottom piece that bolts to the pan??
 
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