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Sump baffles, what should be fitted?

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1 Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 31st March 2015, 10:13 am

Juggs


Bit of an odd question but how many sump baffle plates should be fitted to our cars?

Was re fitting the sumps last night, noticed that the crank girdle is drilled & tapped as it can accomadate two, but I only have one currently, is this right or do I have one missing?

I have one that bolts to the crank girdle in a sort of W shape &
One that bolts to the upper sump that's the same shape as the sump pan with the hole for the pick up pipe to go through.
Do I have anything missing?

2 Re: Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 31st March 2015, 2:46 pm

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nope nothing missing that's fine


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3 Re: Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 31st March 2015, 4:10 pm

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Ok sound so as you look at the bottom of the engine the right hand side (flywheel end) has no baffle plate to bolt up underneath the crank cradle?

Only ask as I notice it was drilled & tapped as if something should be fitted.

4 Re: Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 31st March 2015, 4:12 pm

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Juggs wrote:Ok sound so as you look at the bottom of the engine the right hand side (flywheel end) has no baffle plate to bolt up underneath the crank cradle?

Only ask as I notice it was drilled & tapped as if something should be fitted which confused me a bit :-/ .

5 Re: Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 1st April 2015, 12:05 am

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No I know what your on about but nothing is fitted that end so all you have is the 2 baffle plates


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6 Re: Sump baffles, what should be fitted? on 1st April 2015, 9:37 am

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Smashing thanks for clearing that up Bob glad I'm not totally loosing the plot I thought I'd lost something!

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