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STAINLESS STEEL Oil Pan??

Alright so my dad's oil pan is done again on his 7.3...if he gets a new one it will be his 5th. You read right...FIFTH...I think it's completely ridiculous and was wondering if anyone has come up with a stainless steel design for these things. Hell I'd even buy one..

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I cant say as I have seen one but I have seen a couple that were powder coated or ceramic coated. Cant remember which.

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That would work too...but I like that idea of a fully stainless pan. Surprised no one makes one yet

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stainless steel oil pan

OK,im alittle late on this thread but I too have the rusty oil pan dilema. I want a stainless pan BAD. This will be pan 3 for me and the second one I had epoxy primered and painted and still bubbling up with cancer. I am convinced that 1 ford uses junk steel and2 the pan rusts from inside out,which probably makes no sence since it is always coated with oil. Any help would be appreciated. Can they ceramic coat inside and out? Thanks in advance for any help.
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I put a new pan on mine and It has a full can of rubberized undercoat on it.

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why can you guys just buy a pan and have it powdercoated?

im not aware of anyone making a SS pan
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i hear a ot of guy's use por -15 and had good luck with it..

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LOL... Or just wash the underside of your trucks every now and then... hit them with a little black spray paint twice a year...

But its easier to not do anything and then ***** about it...

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lol I would have to wash my truck every night...up here the roads turn gritty and gay with salt dust from around December and stay's that way till mid March beginning of April...its so dusty its like driving a dirt road every where you go...I just decided to park her for the winters and drive $500 junks...my truck is more of a toy then a way to get around..

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how much are oil pans

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