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Offline Cazbah362

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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2017 - 11:42:28 am »
Hey Daryl, right now I am doing a 2012 5.7 swap, which I would assume is close to a 6.4.  As for the bolts, you will need one (1) stud, one (1) nut for the stud, and two (2) small pan bolts, or those are the parts I needed.

As for the windage tray, I used the stock and simply drilled the two bolt holes - pretty easy

Your pan, I used the the 3100 pan and the 18341 pickup - difference is your pan (3103) has the dipstick in it, mine did not.  For this dipstick with the 3100, if you go with the stock block, you need to pop out the plug when you have the pan off.  Also, you can use the 2017 1500 dipstick tube, o-ring and stick.  This is about $65 from Dodge, part numbers: 53011222AF 53011321AK and 530021144AA.

LX versions and I believe the crate motors have the dipstick in the pan, the trucks have them in the block, the boss is there, plug inside.

For the the stud and the nut, I have extras I can send, PM your address. 

Good luck - share as you go, seems we are all in the learning stages of best practices.

CP
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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #16 on: June 18, 2017 - 12:32:13 pm »
Just bought a 6.4 and am planning on doing the swap in the fall. Trying to collect everything i need before the swap to make things go as smooth as possible. Am planning on buying the Milodon 31003 race pan and the 18341 pickup. Most people suggest the windgate which is 32010. From reading this thread it appears I need to replace a few main cap bolts too. Can you guys tell me if I am missing anything and which gaskets to use to prevent leaks? It does not seem as any of you are to fond of the cork gaskets.

Thanks in advance.

Daryl


I used the factory mopar windage tray and have a milodon one I am not using. I feel that the mopar gasket type is superior than trying to use two cork gaskets.


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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #17 on: July 02, 2017 - 09:22:22 am »
Hey Daryl, right now I am doing a 2012 5.7 swap, which I would assume is close to a 6.4.  As for the bolts, you will need one (1) stud, one (1) nut for the stud, and two (2) small pan bolts, or those are the parts I needed.

As for the windage tray, I used the stock and simply drilled the two bolt holes - pretty easy

Your pan, I used the the 3100 pan and the 18341 pickup - difference is your pan (3103) has the dipstick in it, mine did not.  For this dipstick with the 3100, if you go with the stock block, you need to pop out the plug when you have the pan off.  Also, you can use the 2017 1500 dipstick tube, o-ring and stick.  This is about $65 from Dodge, part numbers: 53011222AF 53011321AK and 530021144AA.

LX versions and I believe the crate motors have the dipstick in the pan, the trucks have them in the block, the boss is there, plug inside.

For the the stud and the nut, I have extras I can send, PM your address. 

Good luck - share as you go, seems we are all in the learning stages of best practices.

This is all great info. I really appreciate the offer and will send you my info via PM. I am about to start the swap in the coming week so I will definitely share my experience.

CP
Daryl


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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2017 - 10:37:40 am »
I was reading your post and wanted to know if you still had the Milodon 18341 pick up, if you needed it for you engine and if not would you be willing to sell it? They are on back order and I am trying to install my 6.4 but can't do anything with the oil pan swap without the pickup. Please let me know.

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Daryl
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1. Here is the bolts I ordered, with links, but I got them from Roseville though, not from this place.

2 Oil Pick up support stud 6506333-AA
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/__/STUD-Mounting-Double-Ended-M12M8--M6X100X1800/6660201/06506333AA.html

2 Oil Stud Nut # 6502756
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/__/NUT-Mounting-Hex-Lock-M8x125/6681846/06502756.html

2 Bearing Cap Bolt 06506272AA
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/DODGE__CHARGER/BOLT--SCREW-Main-Bearing-Cap--Mounting-Hex-Flange-Head-M12X175X9150-M12x175x912--M12X175X915--For-Main-Bearing-Cap--M12x175x912--M12x175x915-Bearing-C/6849043/06506272AA.html


2. Yes, I used the stock windage tray with rubber gasket and I used some black silicone in spots also.
3. Don't know the number on the windage tray/gasket, it was the one that came on the engine.
4. Yes, I ordered a new Milodon oil pickup from Bouchillion (way earlier) but it was the wrong type so I had to cut it and reclock it.
I got a Milodon 18341 and the correct one for my engine is a 18331.

In my resto thread there is pictures of the oil pickup problem I had.
If I understood it right you are using a 5.7 from 2012 in an e-body? If so you will need the 18341 oil pickup, mine was a 2006. The 18341 is for 2009-2017  5.7 Engine.
Daryl

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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2017 - 10:53:54 am »
After reading your post again I realized that you used the 18341 pickup and just modified it. Plus I did not realize you lived in Sweden so it would probably take a while to get the pickup from you even if you had one. Good luck with your build.


1. Here is the bolts I ordered, with links, but I got them from Roseville though, not from this place.

2 Oil Pick up support stud 6506333-AA
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/__/STUD-Mounting-Double-Ended-M12M8--M6X100X1800/6660201/06506333AA.html

2 Oil Stud Nut # 6502756
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/__/NUT-Mounting-Hex-Lock-M8x125/6681846/06502756.html

2 Bearing Cap Bolt 06506272AA
https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/DODGE__CHARGER/BOLT--SCREW-Main-Bearing-Cap--Mounting-Hex-Flange-Head-M12X175X9150-M12x175x912--M12X175X915--For-Main-Bearing-Cap--M12x175x912--M12x175x915-Bearing-C/6849043/06506272AA.html


2. Yes, I used the stock windage tray with rubber gasket and I used some black silicone in spots also.
3. Don't know the number on the windage tray/gasket, it was the one that came on the engine.
4. Yes, I ordered a new Milodon oil pickup from Bouchillion (way earlier) but it was the wrong type so I had to cut it and reclock it.
I got a Milodon 18341 and the correct one for my engine is a 18331.

In my resto thread there is pictures of the oil pickup problem I had.
If I understood it right you are using a 5.7 from 2012 in an e-body? If so you will need the 18341 oil pickup, mine was a 2006. The 18341 is for 2009-2017  5.7 Engine.
Daryl

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Re: Milodon oilpan install
« Reply #20 on: July 11, 2017 - 11:16:37 am »
After reading your post again I realized that you used the 18341 pickup and just modified it. Plus I did not realize you lived in Sweden so it would probably take a while to get the pickup from you even if you had one. Good luck with your build.


Yeah, I just cut it and reclocked it, it was an easy fix, thought about getting a new one but didn't wanna wait.
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Restoration thread: http://www.cuda-challenger.com/cc/index.php?topic=102525.0
topic=108917.new#new