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Unstoppable oil leak?

I have a 73 2.0. Someone has overtightened the oil strainer cover and now there is a huge leak. I removed the case through bolt that holds the oil baffle up in place and it was bent. I was able to install a new bolt through the oil baffle into the case and tightened it to factory specs. I also installed new oil sump cover gaskets and checked the flatnes of the sump cover plate. All of this helped some but still a pretty heavy leak. Just curious would installing an aftermarket deep sump cover solve or help? Any advice or experience? Thanks
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If your sump cover plate is flat, then the problem may be the case itself. If you want to install a deep sump then fine do so but that won't solve the problem if the case is warped.

I suggest taking the sump plate off again, cleaning the area completely. Check the case for flatness. Double check the sump plate for flatness. Install the sump plate with a new gasket. Tighted the sump bolts with a torque wrench. Then start the engine. If you find anything is not flat, then replace it. If you find that the case is warped, then you are looking at a rebuild.
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