<VV> New Corvair Owner Needs Help (Brian)
Steven J. Serenska
corvair at serenska.com
Thu Jan 25 10:43:43 EST 2018
It might be beyond his skill set, but another option might be to buy a
good used pan from one of the vendors, along with a new gasket. If he's
got ramps or access to a lift, it's only 20 or so screws around the
perimeter of the pan plus the gasket. This approach would eliminate the
stripped threads issue for the plug.
I bought the Clark's finned aluminum pan several years ago, but those
might be too expensive for someone on a college budget ... I well
remember what that's like. Clark's lists a good used stock pan for $36.
Steven "when in college, I considered Pabst as my top-shelf, 'premium'
1965 Monza Convertible, 110/4
1966 Corsa Coupe, 140/4
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