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New Tranny Pan ??

My stock pans flanges are in pretty bad shape and I would like to have a drain on the pan, so Im considering an aftermarket pan of which there are a bunch out there.... But with the cross member coming over the pan and the deep 'bump' on the 4x4 models, its really hard to tell which one will fit correctly... Mine would be the one on the far left..... any links or anyone else find a good fit ??
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Yes, im definitely considering welding in a drain plug, just figured I could kill 2 birds with the flanges and bolt holes being pretty well banged up.... thanks for the info ND and the link Uranger Ohhh an that kit is a drill only, no welding.... very nice
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Wheres the ideal spot for the drain add-on ? My local parts store actually has the trans drain kit, if you can believe it With the extended pick-up tube nearly touching the bottom of the deep sump pan etc etc.... Gotta do some net searching, im sure someone has this all figured out
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