Fits all model year 1989-2007 (A518, 618, 46RH/RE, 47RH/RE, 48RE, and all model year 727 transmissions)
For best results, we use for Mopar Trans Filter #3515996 (Dacron Filter) or Transtar #12010C
I almost felt guilty putting this pan on my truck and not my wall. Fits great very well put together kit. Only thing it doesn’t come with is fluid.
I have there valve body and converter combo on my truck and now i have the pan too .Very nice products excellent costumer service highly recommend this company and there products
Bought this for my 48re behind my Cummins and it fit great and is very stout. Sloped pan makes great for draining all the fluid out. Great customer service and shipping was super fast!
This pan is as solid as they get. I was surprised at how heavy it is...I love it! If you going to spend some real money on a pan this is the one. The machined surfaces are perfect and everything you need for the install except for the fluid is there. You could high center your truck on this pan and it would break the transmission in half before it cracked this pan! I wish every time I ordered an aftermarket part I could get quality like this.
This pan is great looking, allows more fluid capacity and has a very nice port to install a trans temp gauge
Ive used and sold numerous pans from Goerend and they are excellent in every way. Ive swapped out several of my personal aftermarket pans to the Goerend units due to the very nicely sloped pan floor and the very easy to R&R drain plug! No more stripped out plugs here!!!
Good product, well engineered like the drain and sloped sump.
Very nice pan that canes with everything you need also has drain plug to save a huge mess!!!
I have used a different brand of transmission pans in the past. I didn't like the Allen head drain plug, which can strip out and make it difficult to remove the plug. I saw pictures of the Goerend pan, when it first hit the market and knew I had to have one. I recently had a transmission built with Goerend parts and my first request was the Goerend transmission pan. Looking at it from the outside, the oil pan tapers to the middle, where the hex-head drain plug is located. Looks like a better way to drain the oil, without making a mess. Thanks Goerend !!