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Thinking about putting a K301 in a short frame such as a 606. Curious if anyone has tried this! Will it fit?

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You’ll need a short oil pan, fill some spaces on the bottom of a big base block, cut the oil dipper down. 

 

This will help: 

 

 

 

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Look up on YouTube "Vinsrj" and he has a video series of putting a magnum 12 in a short frame 857. Goes through all the engine mods over several videos. He does a good job!

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2 hours ago, 19richie66 said:

Look up on YouTube "Vinsrj" and he has a cideo series of putting a magnum 12 in a short frame 857. Goes through all the engine mods over several videos. He does a good job!

That's awesome! I'll have to check it out 

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