On 25-Sep, 2011, at 18:31 , Josh Battles wrote:
> On Sep 25, 2011 5:22 PM, "Chris Reck" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Since the Dipstick goes into the pan, I should be able to take a tube or
>> bolt of the same size and from the inside of the pan, gently pound it up
>> and out.
>> Shouldn't be any tricks on dropping the pan, and I have a set of gaskets.
>> Should I replace / check anything since the pan is dropped?
> Depends on your motor and goals. You could replace the oil pump, main
> bearings, crank scraper, windage tray......
> - Josh "ilovespendingotherpeoplesmoney" Battles
cheapskate lazy mike says pound that sucker IN, screw dropping the pan until you need to!
Mike "iloveshortcuts" Maskalans
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