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explorer swap questions

904Bronco

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The Ford part number for a steel oil pan for a 2000 explorer is F87Z-6675-GA
The pick up tube is F77Z-6622-CA

I bought them in 2007, and the last time I checked both were obsoleted by Ford, but maybe the numbers will help your search. This is the only picture I have of it and it is not the best... Good luck.
 

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Broncobowsher

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ok. maybe this bronco one would be better, single sump. oil pan.
Not really. That is for the later full size trucks with TTB. That one actually interferes with the front differential when compressed to the bump stops. A lot of people have ran them. I ran the 351 version. With a nice dent in the pan before I put on taller bumpstops.
 
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Big Slim

Big Slim

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Ok. I have the stock pan but the back is more square. I was hoping to put h pipe thru here.
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