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Deep or shallow transmission pan?

Well I sent a friend of mine down to autozone while i was at work to pick me up a tranny filter kit, he calls me and says that they have both a shallow and deep pan version for my truck. 1998 ranger XLT 4x4 4.0(ohv).

Does anyone know what the deal is ?
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4x4 is the deep pan.
4x2 is the shallow pan.

it says right on the computer at autozone, but the retards that work there never read it.
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4x4 is the deep pan.
4x2 is the shallow pan.

it says right on the computer at autozone, but the retards that work there never read it.
LOL i've noticed that too. Many time do i have a 2.3L XL 4x2 when they search stuff.
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Yet another reason to shop at NAPA.
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Yet another reason to shop at NAPA.
just don't buy the napa brand parts.
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