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Re: My opinion of the new TO/TE 20 oil pan

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10-19-2012 20:11:18

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Is the cast iron pan installed on a TO or a TE???? If a TE then is there any interference between strut rods and oil pan????
Approximately how thick is the new CI pan???

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10-20-2012 14:52:21

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 Re: My opinion of the new TO/TE 20 oil pan in reply to PackardV8, 10-19-2012 20:11:18  
I had to form the struts slightly to fit. I expect the cast iron can take the added stress. It is my understanding the oem were all sheet metal. That said, I wouldn't hesitate to use a good used oem next time, just be more careful not to damage it. Guessing the cast is @ 3/16 " thicker. It wasn't easy to hold it up and start bolts by myself. I had to use my legs to hold it up to get bolts started on 1 side and move to the other and repeat. It was rubbing inside at the pickup near the front of the engine so it may be thicker to the inside but not sure if it wasn't that way with oem.

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10-20-2012 03:32:21

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 Re: My opinion of the new TO/TE 20 oil pan in reply to PackardV8, 10-19-2012 20:11:18  
The Oil Pans on the TE20 and the TO20 are the same as they are both use the same version of the Z120 but a different series. So the strengthening struts will not make any problems. They were fitted to the TE20 as they needed extra strength for when they fitted a loader to the front end and they didn't want to load the Engine Block too much as it was not deep enough. Loaders were not in demand in the US like the UK on small tractors....John(UK)

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