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This is a discussion on Torque specs for B&M tranny pan within the Automatic Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I bought a used B&M aluminum deep tranny pan and was going to install it today but I have no ...

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    Torque specs for B&M tranny pan

    I bought a used B&M aluminum deep tranny pan and was going to install it today but I have no clue as to what to torque the bolts to. I looked on thier site but no luck. Anyone know?

    Also, what type of gasket sealer should I use (if any) on it?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg1LE View Post
    I bought a used B&M aluminum deep tranny pan and was going to install it today but I have no clue as to what to torque the bolts to. I looked on thier site but no luck. Anyone know?

    Also, what type of gasket sealer should I use (if any) on it?
    Thanks!
    I'm not sure if you have stamped or cast aluminum pan, but normally it's 7-10 lb-ft, (if it's cast you can torque higher since it wont warp) the oil level indicator bolt is 35 lb-ft and you should install a new gasket. I don't know what I did mine at (cast), but I think it was probably in the 14 lb-ft range. I didn't use any sealer except a little here and there to tack it in place so it wouldn't fall off while I worked it around the tail pipes.
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