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ryanhardy

Transmission fluid change 2015 6.0

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On 4/15/2019 at 10:23 AM, dynoray said:

Magnaflow cat back.

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On 4/6/2019 at 11:07 AM, dynoray said:

just a suggestion,  i have a 2015 Hd gasser and i just installed the PML covers,deeper trans pan.   easy install and it holds about 2-2.5 more quarts.  i daily drive and tow a good sized enclosed trailer and i plan to keep the truck for a long time and im a little anal with fluid changes.  i got the powder coated pan that comes with nice stainless hardware.  i used a new AC Delco gasket ,filter,and fluid. pics posted here.    Ray

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Is there a difference between the 17s and 18s?

 

I have a little while before my trans fluid will need to be changed but I'm interested in a pan like this when I do.

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17 and 18 inch wheels?    i had a 2012 2500 Hd work truck with the 17's.  they were fine,  the 18's on the 2015 here are a bit taller and wider.    probably look a little better as far as filling out the wheel well area.    not like the 20 inch ones though.

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No I meant the transmission pans between the 2017 and 2018 HD trucks.

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haha,oops.   no difference.   check the website for the pan.  PML your covers.com

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Do you have to lift up the trans to get the trans pan off (like on the 1500's)? I am doing a trans service this weekend. 

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