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sure can as long as you have the correct fitting. I just like to keep the stock gauge working.also the stock sender/gauge may be use to cut power to the fuel pump if the motor lost oil pressure,but not 100% sure.
Autozone sells a copper line kit 4 like $10 4 mechanical oil pressure gauge ,,,,it includes 2 or 3 brass adapters such as 1/8 npt ,,,,,,,,I would just drill and tap the adaptor above the oil filter ,,,,,,,it's the most accurate location that tells You the pressure going to the mains and rod bearings and leave the other 1 as well .
__________________ In the life of the average auto engine , the crank revolutes roughly 450,000,000 times before the engine shows significant wear .
At 6000 rpm's the pistons of an LS based engine with the stock stroke of 3.622" are only moving at 37.5 mph !