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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-07-2013, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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C6 transmision pan

My pan is leaking because the flange is warped. I would like to replace it but I want to make sure the flange on the aftermarket one is stout. Does anybody have a preference without dropping a lot of $$$. Also do the deep pans fit above the cross member without any modifications?

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I am pretty sure that any deep pan will require a crossmember modifaction.
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Ok I wasn't sure if a company would design the pan differently.

I guess the most important feature is a solid reliable flange.


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Deep dish pan will required modifying the cross member (removal of material) in order for the pan to fit.

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The PML pan may fit without modifications but the cheapest runs around $200.
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