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jadranjohn
Need help on Dipstick length


Hi guys, I would really appreciate it if you gurus can give some information on dipstick lengths.
I have two dipstick/tube assemblies. One is for a 354 rear sump and the other a 392 centersump that I have somehow mixed up.
I am now using the rear sump pan from the 354 on my 392.
Can you guys Inform me on what the length should be from where the flared area of tube seats on block to the high mark on dipstick.
Cheers and Thanks
John
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on: Sat 08 of Sep, 2018 [15:11 UTC] reads: 427

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jadranjohn
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Re: Need help on Dipstick length
on: Fri 05 of Oct, 2018 [00:44 UTC] score: 0.00
I was thinking the same if no answer
Thanks Hemiorange

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hemiorange
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Re: Need help on Dipstick length
on: Fri 14 of Sep, 2018 [15:03 UTC] score: 0.00
> Hi guys, I would really appreciate it if you gurus can give some information on dipstick lengths.
> I have two dipstick/tube assemblies. One is for a 354 rear sump and the other a 392 centersump that I have somehow mixed up.
> I am now using the rear sump pan from the 354 on my 392.
> Can you guys Inform me on what the length should be from where the flared area of tube seats on block to the high mark on dipstick.
> Cheers and Thanks
> John

Put 5 quarts in it. Let it run for a couple of minutes. Let it drain down for awhile. Check your oil, mark dipstick or cut tube to match.


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