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Old 09-29-2017, 06:27 PM   #21
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It's not the length of the bolts that concerns me. I want the clamp load distribution from the additional plates.

I really want to use this pan since it's color matched.

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Old 09-29-2017, 07:09 PM   #22
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Does the pan leak? I used a 6.7 pan which had supports all the way around. And for the gasket I used the pink one with the blue silicone gasket printed on it from cummins. I didn't put any gasket dealer or rtv on it besides the four corners were the front timing cover and rear main housing met and I have zero leaks so far after 2k miles. Bolts torque'd to 18 ftlbsClick the image to open in full size.


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watchu got going on with that oil fitting setup?
 
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biggy make sure you check to make sure you haven't cracked any of the bolt bosses in the aluminum. Especially the rear main seal plate. I've seen those crack before when longer bolts were used.
 
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biggy make sure you check to make sure you haven't cracked any of the bolt bosses in the aluminum. Especially the rear main seal plate. I've seen those crack before when longer bolts were used.
Yuck, will do. We were talking today about whether or not to try and thread-sert the rear.

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watchu got going on with that oil fitting setup?
Crankcase/catch can oil return.
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Find me some backing plates

Please
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It looks like they dumped the #s for a new pan #

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Find a junk/rotted 6.7 pan and knock them off. You can do it fairly easly with a small drill and a screwdriver. I have done this before when a customer supplied their own pan and it turned out to be a 5.9 pan without the rails
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