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Old 12-30-2012, 02:50 PM
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I just drained my fluid and pulled out my filter. The filter I got from Bumper to Bumper is not the same. I went to 3 parts store and they offer the same one. The filter that was in my truck is a little taller and has a paper filter. the number on my filter i took out was 7a098d the cross referance on atp is b360. I have a 2008 f450. Manufacture date 05\07. I need help figuring out why the differance? can I use the offered filter or do I need to go to ford and buy the one that was in the truck. Also whay the diffrence in filters. very confused.,
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if u have a in pan paper filter u need to stick with it and it is the only type

the other is a screen and will fall out of the input hole without the proper pan

can u post a pic ? because your build date would suggest the screen type unless somone swapped pan and filter to a later build ?
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:58 PM
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YourCovers.com Ford TorqShift Deep Transmission Pan

there is a third variation but the pan remained the same as the early model

and the filter was a canister at the bell housing
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PS Fram is the OEM if you can find one at a parts place
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i dont have a pic but atp b360 part number is what it looks like. How do i tell which pan i have. I want to make sure and get this right. I have to tow 18,000 pounds long distance.
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the link i gave u has a demonstration
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the pic is a little hard to see but if u click them they enlarge

the in pan real filter has a deeper front drop in the 4x4 ish square area as the other is a recess
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there is no ford logo on the pan??
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i do not have a canister filter on truck
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also how do i flush all fluid out of this truck
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