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I KNOW IVE SEEN IN ON THIS BOARD SOMEWHERE BUT CANNT FIND IT--------I NEED TO KNOW HOW MUCH OIL MY ALLISON IS GOING TO HOLD WHEN ITS BONE DRY-------GONNA DO AN UPGRADE IN A FEW DAYS
 

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New converter ?? Going to be completely disassembled ??Deep pan shallow ??


I needed all of 5 gallons + with a deep pan and triple lock TC ... But mine was DRY I mean DRY ... I would say have 5 gallons on hand .... If you have extra drain the T case and refill ....Don't forget to get the adapter gasket for the T case,dealer item ...


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THANK FOR THE INFO-------SHOULD I NEED ANY OTHER GASKETS/SEALS FROM THE DEALER OTHER THAN THE ONE METIONED ABOVE?
 

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The Transgo kit comes with the other three,assuming you've got one ....


You'll need some sealant for the pump bolts in the bell housing on reassembly .... You should get a new spin on and pan suction filter ....


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Also put copper washers under the two bottom converter housing bolts. There have been issues with case porosity causing pressurized fluid to leak into the thread area of those bolts.
 
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