68RFE Transmission Pan

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D-GTPAN68RFE
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Our 68RFE transmission pan is constructed of lightweight cast-aluminum for efficient heat dissipation, durability, and holds four quarts more fluid than OE. The patented sloped floor design results in 100% drainage, yet has a flat bottom for easy installation. The magnetic drain plug catches and eliminates debris from circulating throughout the transmission. The copper sealing ring provides a leak-free seal. Our 68RFE transmission pan includes a temperature sender plug, 3/16" Allen wrench, pan gasket, bolts and washers.

MAKE

TRANSMISSION

DODGE

68RFE

MAKE

TRANSMISSION

DODGE

68RFE

Other vehicle configurations may be compatible. Call 563-778-2719 with your vehicle's VIN for more information.

Customer is responsible to determine if their aftermarket channel plate is compatible with this pan. This pan is designed to be compatible with a DNJ channel plate. Other aftermarket channel plates may not be compatible with this pan. The customer will be responsible for return shipping and will be subject to a restocking fee if they wish to return this pan due to a non-compatible channel plate.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOEREND TRANSMISSION PAN AND OTHERS?

We designed our own pan to get several features that we could not find in other pans. Our pans have a sloped floor on the inside of the pan so all the fluid will drain out. Our drain plug takes a 1" socket: no more stripped Allen heads or threads. Our drain plug is magnetized and is at the lowest point 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 so the transmission can sit on a jack without rocking. The sides of our pan are not ribbed to increase strength. Our pans are designed to be more fragile than the transmission case. Other pans that are excessively beefed up on the side may be too strong tougher to break, which will result in the breaking of the transmission case instead. It is much easier and cheaper to replace the transmission pan than the transmission case.