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I'm wanting a replacement pan mostly cause I don't want to bother cutting and welding in a bung for my temp gauge. Is the L70 the same size as a L60 cause it seems like there are a lot of choices out there for that one.

Or should I just weld it on?
 

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4l60e and you can drill and tap i tin. also a deep pan will hit your stock y pipe so watch out.
 

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I've got a mag-hytec (you need to trim around 1/4" off the filter support it's for a shollow sump. But I love there pans run them on my 4X4. very nice!!!
 

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WebFX, if your stock you can try the PML pan and it's a direct replacement and won't hit the exhaust pipe, it also holds 1 1/2 to 2 extra quarts.
 

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Has anyone tried B&M's pan, part# 70260?

It is a "deep" pan and read someplace they don't fit. My local shop had one in stock and I'm going to compare the size to that one "Lunckbox RR" posted if its close I think I'm going to try it. Its only $203 canadian and seems to be a good buy.
 

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I bought the TCI pan.

I am told it clears the Y-pipe but gonna wrap the exhaust near the pain with header wrap.
 

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Here is a place to get a plug & it also has a place for the temp gauge ($5.50)
http://www.bulkpart.com/Merchant2/m...Category_Code=cooler-fittings&Product_Count=9
This is the chrome deep pan I got for mine on e-bay. I have true duals so my exhaust pipe is routed
by the tailshaft & not near the pan.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/TRAN...ryZ46095QQihZ013QQitemZ230139256979QQtcZphoto
Those chrome pans are very and I mean very proned to leaks. Everytime we have a customer with one, it leaks. Only the alum pans work and of course they cost 10 times what this pan did.
 
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