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Old 03-12-2013, 03:01 PM
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Just wanted to share. I paid $124 for this pan. It holds an extra 7 or 8 quarts and has cooling tubes that run through the bottom on the pan. It has dropped my trans temps about 50 degrees. Excellent fit. Has a place in the pan for your sending unit, and a drain plug and comes with a gasket.
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Looks interesting I may give one a try. Does it run a stock Trans filter or does it need a special filter also.
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wonder how this would work in combination with the 6.0 trans cooler. I never see anything above 140 even in the florida summer.
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Derale 14208 Transmission Cooling Pan for Ford E4OD, 4R100, 5R110 and5R110W : Amazon.com : Automotive Derale 14208 Transmission Cooling Pan for Ford E4OD, 4R100, 5R110 and5R110W : Amazon.com : Automotive
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Works with standard filter. Thanks for posting the lin;.
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Stuff from Derale is crap . . . just my .02 b/c I wasted money on one of their coolers w/thermostat. It fell apart in just a couple years. That pan looks cool but also looks very thin. Looks like a DIY tranny pan but if it works, good for you. Better than spending $400 on a cast one that serves the same function.
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I use one on my Dodge 47RE and noticed a big drop in temps as well. I never had a problem with it and am happy they make one for the 4R100 as well.
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I use one on my Dodge 47RE and noticed a big drop in temps as well. I never had a problem with it and am happy they make one for the 4R100 as well.
You're going to make me spend money talkin about the dang thing. Did you do it at the same time as the 6.0 cooler?? I put a BD diesel cast deep sump pan on my dodge and it helped but I think having the 6.0 cooler on my F350 combined with Amsoil tranny fluid was the biggest change in temps for my F350. My temp never goes above 130-140 unless I'm plowing and even then it's maybe a 40 increase at most so I'm not sure if I should bother.

It's like that stupid thermostat . . . I got convinced into getting that billet housing and 203 stat . . . 100 bucks i'm not sure I should've spent.
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You're going to make me spend money talkin about the dang thing. Did you do it at the same time as the 6.0 cooler?? I put a BD diesel cast deep sump pan on my dodge and it helped but I think having the 6.0 cooler on my F350 combined with Amsoil tranny fluid was the biggest change in temps for my F350. My temp never goes above 130-140 unless I'm plowing and even then it's maybe a 40 increase at most so I'm not sure if I should bother.

It's like that stupid thermostat . . . I got convinced into getting that billet housing and 203 stat . . . 100 bucks i'm not sure I should've spent.
Well I only used the Derale pan on my Dodge, I never upgraded the cooler. Stock it actually ran pretty cool and didn't heat up, I added the pan for "insurance" and it did drop the temps. It never rusted out or gave me any headaches.

For my 02 F350, I will probably buy one and instead of the 6.0 cooler I actually have a Hayden (I think thats how its spelled) "The Dawg" cooler with e-fan that I'll probably run inline with the stock cooler.
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here's a better pan :

PML pans FORD E4OD, 4R100 2WD & 4WD DEEP - P/N 9323

or here :

http://www.yourcovers.com/transpan_9323.php

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