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One piece oil pan gasket

Post  Coupe Devil on June 23rd 2015, 11:44 pm

Looking at the one piece oil pan gaskets that are available. Any real differences in the Ford, Milodon, or Fel Pro? Summit lists 6 different ones. I have always used the steel core with rubber Fel Pro's for other stuff. Any reason not to continue the same with the big block?
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Re: One piece oil pan gasket

Post  butterbean on June 24th 2015, 11:47 am

I used the fel-pro one piece oil pan gasket and it leaked like hell, glad it did because when I pulled the engine to change it I found that I had a cam bearing that had spun out of the block, hurt the cam, one lifter and had to have the block fixed cam tunnel like honed, all better now Very Happy
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Post  gt350hr on June 24th 2015, 3:23 pm

butterbean ,
Thanks for the headsup. I will have to make that decision soon. I have a Ford and Felpro (4 total) in both styles. I am using a "smooth rail" truck pan if that is different than what you used. The one piece is "supposed" to be compatible.

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Post  glenevans on June 24th 2015, 3:47 pm

I used ther Ford Racing gasket on a c9ve block with stock oil pan and worked great, took maybe 60 seconds to drill out the smaller front bolt holes with a uni-bit. ( worked better than regular drill bit)

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