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I picked up a new sheetmetal brake and other toys for building these oil pans

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I picked up a new sheetmetal brake and other toys to make these oil pans this past couple weeks. I have been playing with all the new sheetmetal tools, Check out this pan I built for RB240AFZ. And I picked ut a new tig welder Miller syncrowave 200 ac/dc. Now I CAN DO STEEL AND ALUMINUM :D

 

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Yes I can do the pick up also. I charge 475.00 for the rear wheel drive block and 575.00 for the all wheel drive block plus shipping. That includes the custom pan,a modified pickup and sealant to seal the pan to the block. Let me know if you need one, I'll be glad to make you one.

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Was reading a few more of your posts. I should know in a month or 2 if my build is finally going to happen. Everything is going smooth right now. Aside from needing a new steering rack my car is good enough to drop a monster into.

How much led time would you need?

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Was reading a few more of your posts. I should know in a month or 2 if my build is finally going to happen. Everything is going smooth right now. Aside from needing a new steering rack my car is good enough to drop a monster into.

How much led time would you need?

 

 

 

I can do the rear wheel drive pans in about a week and the all wheel drive pans take a little longer.

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WOW Pat... they are looking better and better as you build more!! Excellent local service now for the guy's needing RB oil pans. :2thumbs:

 

 

Thanks Joel

 

 

Here are some pics of a pan that I finished tonight for Flexall..

 

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this is my cheaper ,more cost efficient rear sump oil pan. I call it my "economic recession pan" LOL. Ask for it by it's name. I know I know I'm bored. It has everything the other pans have same baffles same design but I used your stock front sump pan flange. Check out the pics

 

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