47/48RE Transmission Pan

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  • Lightweight cast aluminum for efficient heat dissipation and durability
  • Holds 2.5 quarts more fluid than OE
  • Patented sloped floor design
  • 100% drainage
  • Flat bottom for easy installation
  • Magnetic drain plug catches and stops debris from circulating throughout transmission
  • Copper sealing ring provides leak-free seal
  • 1" drain plug socket for easy installation
  • O-ring seal with billet lowering block positions filter in optimum position

Machining Process:

Goerend pans are machined using three operations performed by in-house Mazak CNC machines. Operation #1 includes drilling bolt holes on the bottom side of the pan. Operation #2 includes machining the surface of the pan to create a leak-proof seal against the pan gasket. Operation #3 includes drilling and tapping the hole for the temp sender and drain plug. Click here for video.

  • Lowering block screws - 35 in-lb.
  • Filter screws - 35 in-lb.
  • Drain plug - 160 in-lb.
  • Pan bolts - 120 in-lb.

What's in the box?

  • Transmission pan
  • Transmission pan gasket
  • Lowering block
  • Lowering block filter screws (2)
  • Lowering block gasket
  • Filter
  • Magnetic drain plug
  • Copper sealing ring
  • Temperature sender port plug
  • Bolts (15)
  • Washers (15)
  • 1/4" Allen head driver socket
  • 3/16" Allen wrench

Frequently Asked Questions:

What's the difference between this pan and other aftermarket pans?

We designed our own pan to get several features that we could not find in other aftermarket pans. The interior of our pans have a sloped floor so that all the fluid can drain out. Our drain plug takes a 1" socket; no more stripped Allen heads or threads. The drain plug in our pan is magnetized, and is at the lowest point in the pan in to catch any magnetic debris. Other drain plugs sit above the bottom of the pan and will not catch debris. The exterior of our pan is flat, allowing the transmission to sit on a jack without rocking. The sides of our pan are not ribbed, increasing its strength. Our pans are intentionally designed to be more fragile than the transmission case. Other pans that are excessively beefed up are too strong and tougher to break, which will then result in the breaking of the transmission case instead. It is much easier and cheaper to replace the transmission pan than the transmission case.

Do you have any tips on installing the pan?

Start all of the pan bolts by hand to prevent cross threading. The pan should have play in all four directions with all of the bolts started by hand. Start by tightening four bolts, one on each corner of the pan until snug, and then snug the rest of the bolts. Torque the four corner bolts to spec, followed by the rest of the bolts.The included bolts engage more of the case threads than the stock bolts. Case threads that go all the way through and are exposed on the top side may have dirt packed into the threads. In some cases, this dirt will cause the bolts to feel snug before the pan is tight to the case and a leak at the gasket surface may result. Case threads should be thoroughly cleaned prior to pan installation. A 5/16th diameter x 18 threads/in. tap may be used to clean dirt from the exposed threads, by carefully running the tap through the threads from the bottom up. The tap should start easily and not require much force until the obstructed threads are reached.

How do I troubleshoot alignment issues?

The valve body is not aligned to the transmission case with anything other than the valve body bolts. The valve body should be aligned so that the portion of the rooster comb that sticks up through the case, and has the shift cable lever attached, has 360° of play and is not rubbing the hole in the case. All of our pans are checked for fitment with a valve body as part of the machining process. If you have trouble aligning all of the bolt holes to the case, or the pan seems tight to the valve body, you may need to loosen and adjust the governor solenoid retaining bracket. This area has a very tight clearance to the pan. To adjust, simply loosen both T25 Torx screws and the three 7/16” valve body bolts that go through the governor bracket. Slide the bracket away from the pan edge, and retorque the 7/16” bolts to 100 in-lb. and the T25 screws to 35-40 in-lb.


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  • 5

    Posted by Eric on Jun 1st 2022

    Outstanding work, very nice oil pan. Best on the market IMHO

  • 5
    Transmission Pan

    Posted by Mike on Apr 11th 2022

    Pan is excellent quality, looks good and fit is great. The drain plug is a nice feature. Definitely recommend this product.

  • 5
    48re Trans pan

    Posted by John S on Apr 5th 2022

    Great pan. As advertised. Very satisfied.

  • 5
    Pan Kit 47RE

    Posted by Drew Adams on Mar 28th 2022

    Don't have one? Get one! Absolute Best

  • 5
    Transmission Pan

    Posted by Rod on Mar 24th 2022

    Well built products w a great name and reputation. Easy install . The Allen bit was not that great but other than that it’s worth every penny