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Old 05-27-2010, 03:47 PM
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Exclamation STAINLESS STEEL OIL PAN!!!!!!!!

I know a guy who is willing to make the stainless steel oil pans for all us 7.3L owners. Who would be interested in purchasing one if he started to produce them for us. Start a list on this thread with your user names so he can see how many people really are interested in this!!

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Old 05-27-2010, 03:56 PM
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Now if his design could be installed without pulling the engine he would have something! Us in the South don't have as much trouble as you northern boys do with the salt. Would be a nice mod to add if I ever did have to pull the engine.
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Old 05-27-2010, 04:01 PM
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yeah i wish i was in sc. my parents have a house down there in myrtle beach. its in carolina forest. i want to be there right now. haha
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Mine is still ok, but I would buy one! and my dads is on its way out!
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Now if his design could be installed without pulling the engine he would have something! Us in the South don't have as much trouble as you northern boys do with the salt. Would be a nice mod to add if I ever did have to pull the engine.
ya that would be nice. unfortunaly the only way i could think that could happen would be a 2 piece pan and thats just more areas to leak.
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stainless oil pan!!!

I would be all over that like white on rice. My 7.3 is in shop as I type to get the oil pan replaced, I searched high and low for a ss one but no luck.
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If I ever had to pull my eng. I'd certainly be interested! I'll probably do everything I can before that becomes necessary tho... My factory pan is gonna have as many patches as I can get on it before I throw in the towel!
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I'd buy a 2-piece pan if it meant keeping the eng. in the truck too! Love my 7.3L, but that oil pan issue was a pretty big over-sight!
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Keep us informed on price and availability; mine was used in MN and has rust everywhere.
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I'm definitely interested as well, mine already has a patch on it and will eventually need replacing.
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