In a message dated 11/10/99 6:12:33 PM Pacific Standard Time, AKAMF@aol.com
> Thanks for the feedback on the oil tubes. People have tube lengths from 6"
> I'd take the suggestion about marking the dipstick, but it doesn't reach
> oil. Since I can't lengthen the tube, I'll put the 4 quarts of oil in and
> start cutting down the tube starting at 7" and working my way down until
> hits the full mark on the dipstick. There must be a lot of different
> dipsticks in these motors.
> Note: someone mentioned the oil filter mounted on the manifold draining
> the pan affecting the oil level,,, the oil in the filter doesn't drain
> the pan. In fact you have to pull the oil out of the canister by other
> when you change the oil.
> Thanks again,
> Brian (email@example.com)
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
My 235 uses 6 qts, with the external filter. Least that what it take to go
a bit over the full mark on mu stick.
You can buy a universal stick and cut to length.
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959