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Hummer oil pan pn numbers

Checking the LS oil pan sticky and it list two different numbers for the Hummer oil pan. One number beside Hummer 3 and one below where it says oil pan: Does anyone have the proper number for the pan for the 2wd S10 swap? Also I read that some had to or chose to notch with this pan, anyone not notching what motor mounts did you use?

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I got my headers, engine mounts, and oil pan from current performance when I ordered my harness as a package. They fit great.
I canít say what the pan number is but they sell it with everything you need



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Current Performance list the 19212593 calling it the muscle car pan and same as the Hummer. Also that it fits without notching...thanks for clearing that up.
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Also, the pan does not hang as low as some claim it does. Iíll try to take a picture when I get home tonight


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Thanks, is your truck dropped...how much?
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Stock zq8 height. So maybe +/- 2Ē?


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Stock zq8 height. So maybe +/- 2Ē?


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Stock ZQ8 is 1.5 plus another .5 for tires. If taller or shorter tires are used, the drop is different.

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Stock ZQ8 is 1.5 plus another .5 for tires. If taller or shorter tires are used, the drop is different.


Yes thatís true. I should have specified that lol. 245/50/16


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Stock ZQ8 is 1.5 plus another .5 for tires. If taller or shorter tires are used, the drop is different.


Yes thatís true. I should have specified that lol. 245/50/16


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Double tap...lol

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Yes that’s true. I should have specified that lol. 245/50/16


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Without looking it up, I have no idea if those are shorter or taller...One thing to consider when going to a wider tire, is the possibility of a big brake upgrade or drop spindles or both. The big brake upgrade (LS1) will push your tire to the outside by the width of the rotor mounting face, along with drop spindles, you my have some interference with the fender edge.

I would hope that with the added power, added braking would be in your future.

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I would hope that with the added power, added braking would be in your future.

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I have some 2" drop spindles, 1" coils and 3" drop leaf springs...3"X 3" drop. Starting off with 245/50/16's on ZQ8 wheels because I have them. I do have the LS1 brakes that I plan to add and the rear is an 8.5 with full-size disc. Florida does have excellent paved roads, think there would be clearance problems with this combo?
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What are the specs on the tires?...width, height...Stock ZQ8 tires are 26.1" tall. You need to get in there and take some measurements. Are your Zeeks going g to clear the full size discs/calipers out back??

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Tire chart lists them at 25.65 height 9.65 width. By full-size disc, I meant whatever came on the S10 8.5/6. The ZQ's with 245/50/16's are on the rear now and apparently no problem. I will give them a good visual when I roll it back into the garage.
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I have some 2" drop spindles, 1" coils and 3" drop leaf springs...3"X 3" drop. Starting off with 245/50/16's on ZQ8 wheels because I have them. I do have the LS1 brakes that I plan to add and the rear is an 8.5 with full-size disc. Florida does have excellent paved roads, think there would be clearance problems with this combo?
Maybe the country roads up by you are excellent. Down here in Tampa Bay area its crap rodas, construction or speed bumps/tables that hate anything lowered.
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Not a big fan of it hanging that far below... I'd probably have welded a short piece of angle iron to the bottom of the trans member, setup like a V to at least deflect anything, or reduce the force the pan would see from something hitting it.

Although the added oil capacity and ease of access to the drain plug is certainly nice.
Harley likes this.
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I have some 2" drop spindles, 1" coils and 3" drop leaf springs...3"X 3" drop. Starting off with 245/50/16's on ZQ8 wheels because I have them. I do have the LS1 brakes that I plan to add and the rear is an 8.5 with full-size disc. Florida does have excellent paved roads, think there would be clearance problems with this combo?
Depends, do you run xtreme valences? If not then you're fine. If so then expect the next speed table or speed bump to do some body-work to your valences... Underside of mine is fairly beat up...
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Depends, do you run xtreme valences? If not then you're fine. If so then expect the next speed table or speed bump to do some body-work to your valences... Underside of mine is fairly beat up...


why my truck is, and will remain stock height.


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Yeah, the "country" roads up here are great as were the roads in West Palm when I lived there. At this time the body and suspension is stock. I plan to get my drive train installed and see how she sits before doing mods. I can always sell the drop stuff if I decide not to use it, it came off the truck in which I had installed a sbc.
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is it me or does that left rotor look like is glowing red hot?















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I would for sure install a mini skid plate on the front crossmember to save that oil pan and possibly that motor
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is it me or does that left rotor look like is glowing red hot?
Only if the rotor is on the outside of the wheel...

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Only if the rotor is on the outside of the wheel...
well then what is it thats glowing red hot?
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well then what is it thats glowing red hot?


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If it hangs down to far for your liking, Holley makes one that is shorter. But, it is far from cheap.



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I picked up a New 19212593 GM pan kit for $199 a week ago. The Holley pan was $388 on amazon and I still needed to get a dipstick and tube. I'm going to risk the GM pan. I'll weld up and install a skid plate if needed.

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I'm going to CPW this week a pick up the oil pan and urethane mounts. The pan with pick up, stick, etc. is $235. I'm eager to see if the TBSS exhaust manifolds will clear. Also, I can see how much clearance with the stock suspension. I plan on the LS1 front brake swap and may install some 1" drop springs.

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I'm going to CPW this week a pick up the oil pan and urethane mounts. The pan with pick up, stick, etc. is $235. I'm eager to see if the TBSS exhaust manifolds will clear. Also, I can see how much clearance with the stock suspension. I plan on the LS1 front brake swap and may install some 1" drop springs.
I see Holley is making S-10 Swap manifolds now for $245, PART# 71223026HKR and Adapter pipes P/N 71223024HKR

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Is that $245 a pair or each?
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A Pair, I didn't think that it's to bad of a price. i'm going to see if there are dimensions for those...

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I'd rather have those for my build than headers but I'm hoping the tbss exhaust will clear.

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Not a bad price at all. Only cheesey headers are less money. Less under hood heat and no ting ting ting.....
The coated Patriot headers on my 6.2 1st gen SBC sound like bad lifters.
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Get your headers thermal barrier coated. The ceramic silver coating that some headers are advertised with isn't the same thing and doesn't do dick all. It'll cost as much for coating headers properly but man it makes a helluva difference!
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Get your headers thermal barrier coated. The ceramic silver coating that some headers are advertised with isn't the same thing and doesn't do dick all. It'll cost as much for coating headers properly but man it makes a helluva difference!
How well does the thermal coating hold up?

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