Check Out B&M’s New B&M HI-TEK Deep Transmission Pan for 2011-2021 Ford F250/F350 With 6R140 Transmission


Check Out B&M’s New B&M HI-TEK Deep Transmission Pan for 2011-2021 Ford F250/F350 With 6R140 Transmission

Ford F-250 and 350 owners are known for pushing their trucks to the limit while towing, but with the power improvements from today’s tunes, plus big wheels and tires that are common on these trucks, they are under more stress than ever even if you are just daily driving one. Then there are the guys who spend the weekends racing their trucks as well. Regardless of what you are doing with yours, it can certainly benefit from extra transmission fluid capacity. Extra capacity immediately helps with trans fluid temps, and also means that it will contaminate each quart less quickly and therefore have a longer life. So do your truck a favor and do a trans service on it and swap the trans pan out for one of these great new B&M Hi-Tek deep pans.

Here is all the info from B&M:

Our Hi-Tek deep transmission pans are constructed from A356-T6 hardened aluminum and are cast with thick internal and external fins adding additional strength and increased cooling properties. The deep pan design increases fluid capacity by 3.67 quarts over the stock O.E. (original equipment) pan. All these features combine to help dissipate heat quicker, netting lower transmission and fluid temperatures, prolonging transmission life. Other features for this popular pan include a drain port with magnetic drain plug for clean and easy servicing. Also includes 1/8-inch NPT (national pipe thread) temperature sensor port for easily adding a temp gauge to monitor transmission temperatures while daily driving, towing or racing. Includes detailed instructions for easy installation.

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One thought on “Check Out B&M’s New B&M HI-TEK Deep Transmission Pan for 2011-2021 Ford F250/F350 With 6R140 Transmission

  1. Patrick

    Does B and M provide real world testing numbers for these pans? I watched the Gale Banks test of the deep rear end pans and saw that they do more harm than good.

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