These don't have a temp sensor port, but they do have the boss cast inplace, all you have to do is drill and tap it.Evildriver-3 said:i have never seen any trans pan with a bung for a temp sensor,
My standard 3/8" drive Craftsman sockets worked fine on my TCI pan. A standard 1/2" drive deep socket fits the drain plug just fine too. No complaints at all on mine. Maybe they've improved their pans, or the QC bounces around.TheRamChargerMan said:whatever you do, don't buy a tci aluminum pan. I did, and the only way you can install it is with a thin wall 1/4 drive deep well. Their quailty is not good, and the bolt holes are too close the the side of the pan.
it does work good, but it is a pain in the butt to remove and install. It had a drainplug, and the wallls are thick enough to put a temp sensor in if ya wanted to.
Yes you already have a deep pan, in fact it is deeper then any deep pan on the market. DO NOT purchase a deep pan for a 727 or you will crush your filter. So be happy with what you have and install the temp sensor in the line.Charger92 said:Yes I have the A-518 tranny. The A-518 is also called a 46RH.
So does that mean I have a deep pan already?
I take it the Aluminum pans are OK on 4x4's, plenty strong? The link on yourcovers looks promising.
What about B&M pans?
Can the Hughes be drilled?
I heard good and bad on TCI around home town to.