Holley Adds New Gen III Hemi Engine Swap Pans For Trucks

Every time we open our email it seems that someone is releasing new Gen III Hemi parts. Too bad this didn’t happened a few years earlier, but what can you do. At least now for anyone looking to swap a Gen III Hemi into their classic Dodge Ram or Dakota will have a lot easier time. Especially now with Holley’s new Gen III Hemi Engine Swap Pans.

The new Gen III Hemi Engine Swap Pan is for Dodge 1972-1993 D100/D150/W100/W150, and 1987-2004 Dodge Dakota (RWD). It also fits 19793-1987 GM C10 trucks too. Not sure why you would want to transplant a Hemi into a Chevy, but at lead it would be fast.

Holley offers #302-75 for (non-VVT) 2003-2008 5.7L Hemis, 2005-2010 6.1L Hemis and 2007-2010 392 crate engines. Part #302-76 (VVT) fits 2009 & up 5.7L Hemis and 2011 & up 6.4L Hemis. Lastly, part #302-63 fits all 2015 & up Hellcat engines.

These pans come standard in cast aluminum or if you add a BK to the end of the part number, you can get a black finish. They come as complete kits with all new bolts, windage tray, pickup tube and a unique o-ring seal. There is nothing extra that you will need to purchase to install Holleys Gen III Hemi Engine Swap Pan on your Hemi.

The windage tray is integrated with a baffle for oil control and will clear up to 4.306 inches of stroke. These pans will work with most factory and aftermarket oil dipsticks. The pan also includes two 1/2″ NPT oil return ports in both front corners of the pan. This makes it simple for anyone looking to run a turbocharger(s).

The truck pan has integrated lower support bolts engine block to transmission or bellhousing for additional driveline strength and support while keeping dirt and debris out of driveline components. It works with all common transmissions like TR-6060, NAG1, 545RFE, 8HP70, 8HP90, 9HP75, A727, 46RE, 46RH and more.

If you are looking to run a Lakewood bell housing LK7000 or LK7000K with a Mopar 3-speed, 4-speed, or Tremec TKO/TKX transmissions, the pan is compatible. This allows for a lot more options for a transmission and good to know that you are not going to run into clearance issues with any of the above.


Unlike the factory Gen III Hemi rear sump truck pans, Holley’s pans do not hang super low. This gives you piece of mind that when you hit that pot hole that your not going to damage your pan. Thanks to Holley, we plan to see a lot more Gen III Hemi swapped trucks this year at Moparty.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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