727 Pan Later Model Compatibility

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  1. castlesf

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    I read that some of the newer model Dodge transmission pans are interchangeable with the 727 pan and that the bolt pattern is the same. Is is true and does anyone have experience with swapping? I have a CV front driveshaft and was looking at the Dorman pans, it looks like they might clear with no mods. Id like to get the deep pan and this looks like a possible work around for modifying the pan for clearance. I was looking at something like this. Thanks!
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    Pan may work, but what about the filter? Is there a filter extension that is going to work?

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    I checked out the Mopar sites and it looks like there are companies that make extensions in varying depths depending on your needs.
     
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    I got a summit deep 727 pan. The late model gasket works 100%.
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    castlesf Farmall Cub

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    I ran a Mopar deep pan and found out the hard way with longer travel up front the driveshaft makes contact with the pan. I was on a road trip with my wife in southern Utah and way out in the middle of no where camping. Hearing the driveshaft make contact with pan was brutal! The pan was great until we got in the dirt.

    The new pan that I picked up is for a TF 518 and should work out. For some reason this pan is recessed in the corner where the normal deep pan made contact. The filter extension was $20 on eBay. Fingers crossed this should be a fix. I’m putting it on in the next few days.

    Thanks, I’m going to have to pick up one of those mopar gaskets.
     
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    That Dorman pan looks like a nice solution. What length of filter extension is required for it?
     
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    Is it the Derale 14010 kit?
     
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    The pan seems to be good quality. I went with the Derale 14010 kit, it’s an 1” thick. I’ll post up some picks once I get it in.
     

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