429-460 Oil pan rail flange clamps ( rail stiffeners)

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429-460 Oil pan rail flange clamps ( rail stiffeners)

Post  83-88T-Bird Guy on September 10th 2018, 2:16 pm

I have a few sets of these 429-460 oil pan flange clamps left over from when I made a batch a few years ago.
They are designed for stamped steel OEM Ford and most aftermarket stamped steel pans.

Shipping from central KY can range from $ 9.00 to $ 14.00 depending on where you live in the continental U.S.

Most sets are primer coated gray ( ready to paint)
$ 33.00 per set ( with bolts) plus shipping via US Mail Priority

I also have 5 sets left that are powdercoated gloss black ( pics attached)
$ 40.00 per set ( with bolts ) plus shipping via US Mail Priority

These clamps stand 1/2 inch tall and are 1/8th inch thick steel so there are plenty rigid and only need half of the pan bolts to install to distribute the clamping pressure to prevent flange distortion.

Not shown in the pics are the extended length bolts and flat washers that come with the clamps

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Shipped from Bardstown, KY
(502) 460-5004
Alan Mackin

sales@almackclamps.com














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Re: 429-460 Oil pan rail flange clamps ( rail stiffeners)

Post  t-bird racer on September 12th 2018, 1:02 pm

Those look pretty cool. Nice work.
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Post  rbro460 on September 12th 2018, 2:03 pm

Is that an 8qt Canton pan??
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Post  83-88T-Bird Guy on September 13th 2018, 1:20 pm

t-bird racer wrote:Those look pretty cool.  Nice work.  

Thanks !

rbro460 wrote:Is that an 8qt Canton pan??

I believe so. I have never measured the capacity
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