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Old 10-12-2013, 09:40 AM   #15
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Automobiles have been using steel pans for how many years and when was the last time you heard of one rusting thru?
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My thought exactly!
(IMO, rust on an oil pan is a non-issue).
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I purchased our 2005 Coach with a shallow tin pan C-7 in 2010. In the paper work in the coach information packet was a invoice from NC Machinery (Cat Dealer) for $368.00 for a new oil pan. The previous owner told me it began to leak due to a rust hole. It does happen.

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