I need some help eliminating interference between the steering centerlink and oil pan on my '65 GTO, especially when the engine warms up. During the rebuild, I replaced the complete suspension with new components. I also put on an aftermarket chrome oil pan, which I noticed doesn't have the clearance feature like the OEM pan that was originally on the engine. Apparently this "dent" was required for the centerlink clearance, hence my issue. Things I've already done: I've installed the thinnest transmission mount available, with no improvement. I also tried to add 3/8" thick spacers under the engine/frame mount brackets, which didn't work at all. The geometry was off just enough that I couldn't get the engine mounts to line up correctly. Are there any other alternatives to raising the engine up? I think I would just need about 1/4". Has anyone used different length (shorter/longer) pitman and idler arms, to move the centerlink away from the oil pan? If so, where can I find these? Also, has anyone tried to physically add a clearance "dent" in the new oil pan to add clearance? Curious if that's possible and how it could be done. Any help would be greatly appreciated!