Sheet Metal Trans Pan ?

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  1. jmendlik

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    Anyone ever seen this type of filter used with a custom Aluminum pan? Is this is one of PTS Extreme bottom feeder set-up?

    I may purchase this pan set-up for my 200-4R trans.

    Where can a new one ( Filter) be purchased ?? Got a part number on this filter?

    JM

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    #1 jmendlik, Oct 12, 2017 at 8:28 AM
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    Yes and that's a mopar 727 filter.
     
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    Yes, same setup I run

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    Looks like a old PTS setup
     
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    is this worth $200...on a flat surface it does rock a little so it needs to be worked on to be flat/ture
     
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    I'd say it is. You have to watch your ground clearance with it but otherwise it should be fine. The only thing that has to be flat is the gasket surface.
     
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    Never had issues with mine omas for ground clearance.

    Imop that looks similar to the one bruce sold but from the looks of it that looks like a copy.

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    That’s not a Mopar 727 filter. It’s a General Motors 200C filter
     
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    Well I'll be damned. I didn't look that close at the second pic I just knew most of those setups used the mopar filter. You appear to be correct sir.
     

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