Aftermarket Transmission Pan for 10R60

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I’m having trouble finding one that says it will work for the 10R60. Does anyone know any companies that make an aftermarket pan that will work for the automatic transmission on the Bronco? Of the first things I’m doing when I take delivery will definitely be to replace the plastic oil and transmission pans with aluminum ones.





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What is a 10r60? I've never heard of it. My f150 has a 10r80 and my superduty has a 10r140. Is it a weaker trans that's in the bronco?
 
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What is a 10r60? I've never heard of it. My f150 has a 10r80 and my superduty has a 10r140. Is it a weaker trans that's in the bronco?
The 10R60 is a newer model that is rated slightly less than the 10R80 but otherwise shares a lot of the same components. The case is a different design though which is why I’m trying to figure out if the pans are compatible between each other.

It is currently used in the Explorer.
 

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I’m having trouble finding one that says it will work for the 10R60. Does anyone know any companies that make an aftermarket pan that will work for the automatic transmission on the Bronco? Of the first things I’m doing when I take delivery will definitely be to replace the plastic oil and transmission pans with aluminum ones.
Thats what skid plates are for.
 
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Thats what skid plates are for.
Well yes of course but still the still added protection and cooling would be nice to have. I’m fairly hopeful the 10R80 pan bolts up but just need to confirm it. I’ll ask manufactures if they know I suppose.
 
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Plastic bends, cast aluminum cracks...

With good skid plates the material of the pan won't matter.
Plastic cracks too. I’ve seen QC issues involving cracked pans at KCAP on the F-150 pans from too much torque (originally the spec).

Like I said it’s just a personal preference to have the extra cooling capacity regardless.
 

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So the Bronco isn't getting the beafiest transmission?

If we aren't getting the F150 are we getting the Ranger version?
 
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So the Bronco isn't getting the beafiest transmission?

If we aren't getting the F150 are we getting the Ranger version?
The Ranger and F-150 get the 10R80 which is slightly more robust.
 

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Why the hell does the ranger get a better transmission than the Bronco?
 

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The Bronco isn't meant to be hauling loads like a truck would, and as well documented here, nor tow as much. That maybe one of the items contributing to a lower tow rating too.
 

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They used a transmission rated for 442 ft/lbs behind an engine making 415 ft/lbs? That was part of the reason I skipped the 7MT because it was only rated to 400 ft/lbs I believe.
 

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Because truck stuff.
Truck people do truck stuff.
SUV people crawl the malls.
You don't need no 10r80 to hop a curb with one tire!!!!

True Offroaders ordered the manual 2 door.

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The 550 manual tranny stands for its torque capacity in newton-meters, which equates to 406 lb-ft, although the company says that limit can go all the way up to 590 lb-ft, depending on application.
 

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