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PART # 1061650
Duramax Deep Sump Allison 1000 Trans Pan

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$493.95 CAD

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High volumes of cool oil equate to long transmission life. BD's transmission pans increase oil capacity, while their aluminum construction and heat-dissipating fins keep temperature down. As an added bonus, the pan's increased rigidity prevents case twisting. Kit includes a magnetic drain plug and temperature sending unit port.

FEATURES

  • High volumes of cool oil equate to long transmission life
  • Pans increase oil capacity
  • Aluminum construction and heat-dissipating fins keep temperature down
  • Increased rigidity prevents case twisting
  • Kit includes a magnetic drain plug and temperature sending unit port
  • Adds 3.5qt!
  • Allison 1000 transmissions
INSTALL TIME

  • 1 Hour 30 Minutes
WARRANTY

Parts
  • 36-Months
  • 150,000 Miles
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04/27/2021
Daniel T.
Canada Canada
Duramax Deep Sump Allison Pan

Everything went well. Some uncertainty with exactly which screw the rear support support bracket for the filter was supposed to go. A photo of that exact spot would have helped as three existing screws are there. The real problem was when I wanted to bolt in the new pan, I discovered BD Diesel had the wrong o-ring gasket in the kit. This one was about 5 inches too long. Discussed with the technical help desk, who sent out a new gasket, but I needed the pan back on and truck drivable that day. So I cut the o-ring to the right length with a 1/8" overlap at the joint at 45 degree angles. So far its working okay, no leaks. But lesson learned is check gaskets are correct before starting the job. So far it looks like the tranny is running a bit cooler now.