Yes, that's what I've been thinking. Ford uses a flat donut shaped magnet in
the transmission pans on late models that is so strong, the first one I saw
I thought was glued in. I've got a couple I've thought about laying in the
bottom of an engine pan (clear of the pick-up of course).
----- Original Message -----
From "Peter C." <nosimport at mailbag.com>
> OK, I'll bite.... wouldn't it be best, and allow the use of the least
> powerful (read cheaper) magnet, to have it placed where there is no flow
> and the oil spends most of its time "settling" or at most sloshing rather
> than flowing at 40+ PSI and travelling at a reasonable velocity?
> I'd go for the oil pan, personally
> Peter c
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