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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-13-2009, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

Has anyone on here ever bedlined their oil pan mines got a few spots of rust and I go through alot of feilds with corn stalks so I was thinking maybe bedliner would be a good idea for it but I dont know if it would hold in more heat and make my oil temps go through the roof. Any input?

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-13-2009, 02:56 PM
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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

Just get it,Good and clean.It wont hurt anything.
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Thats a great Idea! my has rust on it and I think I am going to do that! Its shouldnt hold that much heat!

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Why insulate something that needs to shed heat ?

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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

Yeah... I would just paint it.


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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

Powerstrokejunkie line-x his, I think the coating was 1/16 or 1/8" but dont quote me on that.

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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

yea, powerstrokejunkie has his line-x'd, but right now he's also fighting oil temperature issues, soooo, something to think about

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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

My thing is.....if anything happens to that damm pan I have to pull the freeking motor to replace it. ANYTHING that will help me keep from doing that I'm signing up for!!!!!
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Re: Anyone bedlined there oil pan?

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Why insulate something that needs to shed heat ?
Personally, I wouldn't do it.

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POR-15 it and your good to go for life.

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