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#394985 - 09/12/17 03:11 PM Oil Pan ID
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I have two NOS splasher/dipper oil pans that I that the tags are missing.

Both have appear dentical with two exceptions"

a. #1 has the drain at the rear while #2 has it at the side.

b. #1 has a distribution line system that feed sthree troughs from two connections from the main pump line while #2 feeds each of the six troughs fromits own connection from the single main line.

c. A curved "U" shaped piece serves as the bafflels (2) in #1. #2 has two indifidual bafflels.

I think I've read one of Genes posts that mentioned something about the differences but don't remember what he wrote.

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Charlie computer

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#394987 - 09/12/17 05:17 PM Re: Oil Pan ID [Re: 41specialdeluxe]
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#1 sounds like a 1937-1939. If the front lower part is slightly boxed it is a 1935-1936.
#2 is a 1940-1952.
A picture of the front lower out side of #1 would help.
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#394992 - 09/12/17 05:35 PM Re: Oil Pan ID [Re: Chev Nut]
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Gene,

I wish I could post a picture but, alas, that is nearly impossible. At least for me.

I wish it was easy to do but it is not.

Thanks for the information.

Charlie computer

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#395006 - 09/13/17 04:39 AM Re: Oil Pan ID [Re: 41specialdeluxe]
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Charlie,

Could you email me your pictures? I would be glad to post them for you. My email address is michaeljbulleraayahoocm.

Good luck, Mike
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#395037 - 09/13/17 05:07 PM Re: Oil Pan ID [Re: Chev Nut]
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Gene: My 47 has the drain plug at the rear of the pan. Charlie said #2 had the drain on the side unless I misread something.

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#395046 - 09/13/17 08:19 PM Re: Oil Pan ID [Re: XLVIIdriver]
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I re-read Charlies post and just to re-define my probably incorrect answer with not refering t #1 and #2....yes, the 1937-1939 pan has the side drain plug and 1940 and up has the plug rear center.
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