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when installing did you reuse the bolts on your stock pan or did you use the hardware provided with the pan?

and whichever route you went, did you use loctite?

thanks
 

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i've got a garage with a full lift so swapping out the valve body and pan should be a quick job.
 

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As mentioned, use the studs. Stock bolts will only bite 2-3 threads max as the Moroso pan is thicker.

I never LT'd my studs,will get around to it eventually.

Good luck, great pan!
 

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Hope you have better luck than me with the Moroso pan....Mine leaked in the welds...

Now I have a B&M pan...Its a all cast pan....no welds...
 

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The newer Moroso pans are all good. No more leaks. I don't see any reason to lock-tite the studs. Mines been on over a year now, no loctite, no leaks and the nicest pan available for our 4r100's. IMO :)
 

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Really like my Moroso pan, it's been on over two years and no leaks. Used the hardware that came with the pan. Can't recall if I used loctite or not? If I did, it would have only been the blue threadlocker.

Edit: Link to Moroso install PDF @ http://www.moroso.com/catalog/images/42050_inst.pdf
 
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