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      11-07-2020, 02:45 PM   #1
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Used 2008 S65 M3 oil pan. Does not leak. I had a brand new oil pan installed when I had my rod bearings done.

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      11-10-2020, 08:12 PM   #2
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I can take closer pictures if you'd like, but I believe the main drain plug was helicoiled. Otherwise they are good as new
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I hate to be that guy...
....but you should disclose whatever is wrong with it that prompted you to install a new oil pan when you did your rod bearings. That's not a normal path to take.
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The shop I took it to made the suggestion that since I"m going to be tracking this car, I should go ahead and get a new pan while they are there.

You're good with being that guy. Someone has to be.

I took more pictures from some of the questions I've received.

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