Oil Pan size.

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Oil Pan size.

Post by MadB0mb3r » Sun Dec 16, 2007 12:34 pm

I have yet to recieve my 92 Delica Chamonix (tues or weds next week :) Yay!!. But i need to find out the size of the oil pan. And last time i had a look at it i spaced and forgot to take measurements.

Question: Is there a flat surface area on the oil pan that is 4x4.5 inches? on the bottom would work better but on either side a close runner up.


the heater that i am wanting to get shipped is 4.0 x 4.5 inches. Model 16 Delica has an oil capacity of 6-7 ltrs i believe. I would like to assume there is a surface area of 4x4.5 inches available on the base of the pan.. but you know what the say about ass(uming).

http://www.dieselproducts.com/proheat/padheater.html

So if anyone could let me know it would be greatly appreciated..

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Re: Oil Pan size.

Post by coaxial » Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:44 pm

yup that should fit :) I had to check some other stuff underneath mine tonight so I checked for ya.
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