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Wanted: 1725 Oil pan

Discussion in 'Alpine Cars and Parts Wanted' started by GothamSunbeam, Jun 2, 2021.

  1. GothamSunbeam

    GothamSunbeam Silver Level Sponsor

    In need pf an Oil pan for a 1725. dented okay.
     
  2. GothamSunbeam

    GothamSunbeam Silver Level Sponsor

    Bump—anyone with any leads would be much appreciated
     
  3. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Platinum Level Sponsor

    I looked yesterday for one and all I have is one for a 1600 with the external dip stick tube.
    Got me wondering, can the tube be removed, weld over the hole, and then use on a 1725? Or just leave the tube in place with the old dip stick? Has anyone done this?
     
  4. absunbeam

    absunbeam Gold Level Sponsor

    I have one that I can part with. No major dents. PM’d you.

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  5. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    Eric
    Eric... Dont the 3 main and 5 main blocks have slightly different bolt patterns on the sump? I recall the gasket sets being different?
     
  6. husky drvr

    husky drvr Platinum Level Sponsor

    I seem to recall that the pan rails on the 1725 block are wider apart than the rails for a three main block. Also, the baffle design in the three main pan needs some modification to accommodate the 1725 pump. There may also be a difference in the radius to seal the main bearing caps.
     
  7. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    The sump baffles are definitely different due to the change in pickup and pipes from the 3 vs 5 main pump... But they are easily modified with some tin snips...
     
  8. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Platinum Level Sponsor

    It was just a wild idea I had-now I see that it is not as easy as I thought! And you would have to have a pan from each to compare and to modify.....
     
  9. twautomotive

    twautomotive Bronze Level Sponsor

    Did you find your oil pan? I have an extra one.
     

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