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

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10-20-2012 17:46:27

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Thanks Don for the reply. I was wondering if the CI oil pan was thick enuf to the extent that it would interfere with the struts.

However John UK's reply has me wondering. I was under the the assumption that the TE20 is fitted with struts because of Aluminium transmission. My To20 has no struts. In fact my TO20 front pivot bracket has absolutely no provision whatsoever to add struts even if i wanted to. Or at least not any such provision i can see.
And why would the British need front end loaders any more than the US???? I'm not doubting the claim. I'm just curious. If i added a front end loader to my TO20 i would have to add struts to it someway???
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10-20-2012 18:43:11

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 Re: My opinion of the new TO/TE 20 oil pan in reply to PackardV8, 10-20-2012 17:46:27  
The pan could be ground down where the struts touch but I really don't think it's necessary. 1 side was worse than other but that's not saying much. The grind marks that they done for the bolts was pretty deep but could have been a 1/32nd deeper and facilitate the bolt installation a lot. It was pretty heavy. Shipping weight was 36# so the pan alone was proby 30+. The cover was over 1#. Box and shredded paper wasn't a #. That's a lot of metal.


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