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Old 05-30-2005, 11:21 AM
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C-4 Deep Pan

I recently purchased a deeper cast aluminum pan for my green-dot C-4. When I went to install it, I discovered the new pickup/screen was different from the original. There's no way to get it to match the original bolt pattern. Since the pan is just deeper, and the fluid level will come up to the original screen anyway, is it safe to use the original pickup/screen even if it doesn't extend deeper into the new pan?

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it will work fine. the filter bolts to the v-body as you know.

the fluid level remains the same , so all is good


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I recently purchased a deeper cast aluminum pan for my green-dot C-4. When I went to install it, I discovered the new pickup/screen was different from the original. There's no way to get it to match the original bolt pattern. Since the pan is just deeper, and the fluid level will come up to the original screen anyway, is it safe to use the original pickup/screen even if it doesn't extend deeper into the new pan?
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