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    Ford Racing Aluminum Automatic Transmission Pans M-7195-T

    Ford Racing Aluminum Automatic Transmission Pans M-7195-T

    M-7195-T E40D/4R100 Deep Sump
    Cast aluminum transmission pan with cooling fins and Ford Racing logo cast in the bottom
    Pan holds approximately 2*quarts additional ATF
    Kit includes mounting hardware. Filter and pan gasket not included


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    interesting, hit the link and google asked for permission

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sport90 View Post
    interesting, hit the link and google asked for permission
    Woops...Try now.

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    it says that the part is no longer available though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon2291 View Post
    it says that the part is no longer available though
    Yepper, another one of those infamous "No Longer Available" through Ford Racing Parts unicorns.
    Basically, that's why I did the post...
    This is the part I'm looking for and putting out the word to see if someone had one they'd like to sell.

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    did a quick search. came up with one below as well as E-bay had a number of what appears to be them

    http://www.carrabscars.com/driveline_auto_trans_pan.htm

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    These hang down lower than the factory pan, right? Do they hang past the tranny cross member?

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    This isn't the exact same pan, however it is a Ford deep sump pan. And yes its hangin' looooow.....

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    Yeah, I already scrape my tranny cross member, that isn't going to work for me.

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    Here's a web page I found on Transmission Pans that may be helpful.

    Deep pans:

    The principle of a deep pan is simple -- more fluid takes longer to heat up and takes longer to chemically break down (B&M recommends temps between 160 and 200). Plus, unlike the stock pan, aftermarket pans have a drain plug. For all of the available pans, click here.

    Installation tips: Get a huge (15 qt.) drain pan. Get 10 quarts of ATF (Mercon, NOT Mercon V). Jack the truck up as high as you can get it -- you will appreciate the extra arm room later. Just punch a hole in the stock pan to drain. Use RTV to hold the gasket in place while positioning the replacement pan.
    More Fun Articles.

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    Still looking for a Ford racing 4R100 transmission pan.

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    cold dead hands, and all that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blind View Post
    cold dead hands, and all that.

    Hey I a fella' can ask...putting the word out.

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    fyi if you ever have plans to use the stiffler's chassis system (x brace + long bars) it apparently doesn't work with this pan.

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    Kevin, does that one hang as low as my stock 4x4 pan?

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