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Old 01-21-2008, 08:55 AM
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The F-body windage tray part number is:

12558253

The one listed at the beginning is missing a digit.

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The GTO LS2 pan that I have has a sticker with 12581209; the same number that was listed for the 5.7 ...the sticker could be wrong since it has 12581209 in the casting.
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Great info, sticky time.
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Attached is a picture showing an f-body windage tray compared to the Corvette windage tray.

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thanks for the info phil, i just wanted to add
f-body oil pan gasket: 12558760 list price = $38.03 (napa wanted 52$ for theres)
and the list price for the f-body Dipstick = $15.07
and the list price for the f-body Dipstick tube = $9.84
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The Hummer H3 pickup tube comes with the oil pump O-ring from GM. I would assume all there pickup tubes come with one.
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Old 02-28-2008, 08:48 PM
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Kevco Racing also has custom pans for A & F bodys for about $300.
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Here is the Milodon 30915 for consideration......
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Old 03-23-2008, 08:12 PM
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Default pan with no dipstick

I picked up the conversion kit from BRP for my 06 LS2 going into my 68 Firebird. I was about to change the pan today and I noticed the new pan has no provision for a dipstick. P/N on the pan is 12614827 ( I am not sure on the last number it is not really clear on the pan) Does any one know what I need to do? Do I need a different pan?

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Originally Posted by accental View Post
I picked up the conversion kit from BRP for my 06 LS2 going into my 68 Firebird. I was about to change the pan today and I noticed the new pan has no provision for a dipstick. P/N on the pan is 12614827 ( I am not sure on the last number it is not really clear on the pan) Does any one know what I need to do? Do I need a different pan?

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Look on the passenger side of the block. Should be a hole there for the dipstick.

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Does the Milidon pan require a remote filter? Wonder if it'll hang below an A body frame?
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Originally Posted by Project GatTagO View Post
Al,

Look on the passenger side of the block. Should be a hole there for the dipstick.

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Thanks Andrew. I guess I should have looked a little closer
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Sweet Info!
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Any chance for a vehicle fit breakdown?
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Originally Posted by 71buickfreak View Post
Any chance for a vehicle fit breakdown?
This might be a challenge because of the variations in mounts and peoples tolerance for fitment. For example, there have been various pans used in GM A-bodies. Some have used the CTSV pan, F-body pan, Corvette pan, various aftermarket pans. They all fit, but some pans hang down past the crossmember, other pans require more engine setback, etc...

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What about the LH8 oil pan? Any dimension for it?
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Is this going to work on F-body? It looks close from page 1 of this thread.

Cadillac CTSv :
Capacity: 5.5 qts
Oil pan: 12577901
Oil pump pickup: 12577906
Windage tray: 12558268 (same as Truck "C/K)
Dipstick tube: ?
Dipstick: ?
O-ring for Oil pump pickup:?
Oil pan baffle: 12577904

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Old 04-30-2008, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by squarehead View Post
The GTO LS2 pan that I have has a sticker with 12581209; the same number that was listed for the 5.7 ...the sticker could be wrong since it has 12581209 in the casting.
Per gmpartsdepartment.com:

Part number 12561541 was superseded by part number 12581209.
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