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Extra-Capacity Transimission Oil Pan

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Dafey, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. Dafey

    Dafey 1/2 ton status

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    EDIT: that was dumb,forget what I asked.


    But I`m still wondering about this question...
    Does anyone know this company , its the tag on the side of my trans.
    If so ,is it a reliable company?

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  2. xtrmjoe

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    If you want more cooling for the tranny just get a cooler, it works better at cooling and will add fluid capacity as well. I am weary of anything chromed, chips n stuff and is made with nasty chemicals. The process actually weakens the metal, not good.
     
  3. Dafey

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    After thinking on it for 2 sec`s,Your right.
     
  4. vortec

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    i can't see the pic, but i don't love the idea of a large-capacity pan on offroad rigs, since they generally just hang down lower and catch on junk.
     
  5. Dafey

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    Ya I though about that too late last night...OK OK OK my idea was a bad one , I get it now :( :( :blush:

    :shame: On me...



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    just sounds like a good excuse to add another skidplate :D. gotta love a fully-armored underside.
     
  7. Dafey

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    Speaking of,where are a few places to get skid plates? Inexpensive,but not plastic. Mine came with the transfer case skidplate :laugh:
     
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    Anybody :dunno:

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    Buy some AR, Core-10, or T-1 steel plate and make it.
     

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