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Deep Tranny Pan GM# ???

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by GRINCH, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. GRINCH

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    Saw a post awhile back listing the part# for the deep tranny pans from GM. Does any one know for sure what # fits a 90 K5 with a 700R4? Been on the phone all morning with the local parts counter no luck. Here's some #'s I have..

    8654799,24209295,24215535,24213275.

    Need it before I drive out to Monatana next week.
     
  2. dyeager535

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    Hmm..I thought Art Carr (there are two of them I guess lol) or someone was making one, cast aluminum, not steel, finned, deep. I've never heard of a deep stock 700R4 one. If you have your heart set on a GM piece sorry I can't help you though.

    BTW, I *know* there are two stock TH400 pans. Trucks did (or could) get deep ones, cars got shallow ones. Have you checked a Camaro 700 pan part # against the "stock" truck number?
     
  3. creampuff90k5

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    Hey,
    I know exactly what you are looking for. The GM part number is 24210915. The same deep pan is also available with a factory installed drain plug as part #24215535.
     
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    Thanks, Are you sure it will fit a 700R4 in 90'. Parts monkey says it for 92 and up. Thanks again
     
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    It'll fit. Back around that time ('92), the name of the 700R4 was changed to 4L60 or something like that, but the change was in name only. The tranny is the same.
     
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    Will be ordering the 24215535 pan tommorow. Sure hope it works. It's $80 and they charge a 20% restoking fee. They now say it's for a hummer and 98 up truck.

    Doe's any one actually have this pan on a 700R4?

    Thanks for the help.
     
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    I know this is gonna tweak some people, but here it goes. A few months ago, someone on here posted a website for some company. I thought it was called National Auto Parts or something, can't remember. Got the catalog and they had these pans for like $15. Now I've lost the catalog so I'm tweaked also. If I remember right, dyeager was the one who posted the site. Sorry for being no help.
     
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    i work at a National auto store, its confined to just pa, and there are about 25 stores in the chain, i doubt thats the one with the pan /forums/images/icons/smile.gif

    i have a question, i put a 700 in my 79 with a 205, and there is no room uner the front drive shaft for a deep pan, what is the difference between your setup and mine?

    Ryan
     
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    90K5blaze,
    I wouldn't know where to begin recommending a place for you to buy the pan, but the $80 price your local dealer gave you is ridiculous. You should look to pay about half of that, so call around a little.

    And TorkDSR,
    The GM deep pan is only about 1/2" taller than a stock one, so it's very unobtrusive. It's actually pretty amazing that it manages to hold 2 quarts more fluid.
     
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    B&M makes a deep pan for 700r4s. It is chrome plated steel and comes with a drain plug.
    <a target="_blank" href=http://summitracing.com>Summit</a> sells them for under$ 50.00 PN#BMM-70289
     
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    It was Northern Auto Lines I think...and yes, I did post it less than two weeks ago, and there is a phone number on their site.
     
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    I just tried searching for it. The post that you made with the link to the site is a few months old. Think you made it back in December. I even tried Yahoo with no luck. I know that's the name of the company, you wouldn't have a website URL by chance would you? By the way, you ought to slow down on the posting. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
     
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    You Da Man Dorian!!!!!!!!!
     

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