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Post  460bronco on December 21st 2013, 9:03 pm

I picked up a tci deep aluminum pan part #428000... The filter recommended on summit looks much different than a stock unit... Anybody ever used one of these 3-bolt filter elements?  The recommended filter is a tci 428501.  Just looking for some opinions or instruction from somebody that has used one of these pans or filter systems.

Thanks,
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Post  bigblok2000ranger on December 21st 2013, 9:56 pm

I have that pan with that filter but I also have an adapter that drops the filter down ~2". I can see if it has a part number on the adapter.

According to the ad it should come with the adapter.
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Post  GTmustang on December 23rd 2013, 4:57 am

It uses a Mopar 727 filter, which has more surface area than the std. C-6 filter.
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Post  460bronco on January 1st 2014, 6:16 pm

So, I ordered the 428501 from summit...  Been pumped about it coming since last week.  Opened up the box and all that was inside was the trans filter and a pan gasket--- no adapter to drop the filter down.

Can anyone point me in the direction I need to go to get one of the adapters to run the Chrysler style filter on my c6 and also drop it down to take advantage of the deeper pan?

I even called summit and they said everything that would be needed to install would be in the 428501 before I placed my order.

Thanks in advance!
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Post  GTmustang on January 1st 2014, 11:08 pm

I bought that TCI pan (as recommended by Frank Merkl) and the adapter was in with the pan.
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Post  TommyK on January 2nd 2014, 9:52 am

I used the stock filter for a 4x4 Bronco and made the pick up tube out of a piece of exhaust pipe.

I did not like the idea of using the torqueflight filter. It looked restrictive to me. I did not use a TCI pan however.

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Post  crittersf1 on January 10th 2014, 6:08 am

B&M deep pan with Chrysler filter. Fabricated my own adapter.
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Post  steven gregoire on January 30th 2014, 6:49 pm

We run a trans shop, and i can tell you. if you guys want filters and save some cash.. go hit your local trans shop.. Alot of the stuff you get from jegs, summit ect, is overprices stock items
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Post  whatbumper on January 30th 2014, 8:38 pm

steven gregoire wrote:We run a trans shop, and i can tell you.   if you guys want filters and save some cash.. go hit your local trans shop..  Alot of the stuff you get from jegs, summit ect,  is overprices stock items
That's kind of what I was thinking.

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