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hello everyone,
been quite a while since i've been here. i was hoping someone could answer two quick questions;
1. what's the mopar part # for the oil pan and pickup kit to change from front sump to rear sump for both small block and big block? is it available again or do i have to search for nos?
2. is it possible to couple a 440-3 motor to a "95" auto trans and transfer case from a 4wd 3500?
thanks for any help,
chip
 

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chiph said:
hello everyone,
been quite a while since i've been here. i was hoping someone could answer two quick questions;
1. what's the mopar part # for the oil pan and pickup kit to change from front sump to rear sump for both small block and big block? is it available again or do i have to search for nos?
2. is it possible to couple a 440-3 motor to a "95" auto trans and transfer case from a 4wd 3500?
thanks for any help,
chip
1) not sure on the part number for you

2) that big block is not gonna bolt up to that newer auto tranny without an adapter plate

eric
 

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Oil Pans & Hardware-Oil Pan Packages

Each kit contains a factory engineered and approved oil pan, dipstick tube, dipstick, drain plug & washer, and an oil pickup and screen assembly. The oil pickups are engineered to maintain a proper relationship between the pan and the pickup to assure that uncovering of the pickup does not occur during hard acceleration or braking. Center sump style is used on passenger car applications, while the rear sump style is used for pickups. Windage trays may be used if desired.

P5249059 360 center sump
P5249060 360 rear sump
P5249061 273/318/340 center sump
P5249062 273/318/340 rear sump
P5249063 383/400/440 center sump
P5249064 383/400/440 rear sump
 

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is the tranny from a gasser or oil burner?

they have an adapter to adapt small block trannies to big block engines. but im not aware of any ready made adapter if your 3500 is a disel. the tranny behind that is a 618.

but dont let that stop you. local machine shop can cheaply and easily build you the adapter you need, if they want to.


ask around. get some quotes.
 

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thanks for the help so far guys. the 3500 is a v10 so, i assume it's the same tranny as the cummins?
 
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