Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
If you tightened it so tight that the bolts stripped then you probably bent the heck out of the pan, also I'm going to guess and say that you didn't reuse the reusable gasket or purchase a new ford gasket.
The aftermarket thin rubber or cork gaskets allow for easier over tightening of the pan bolts and dimpling of the bolt holes. Since you've already stripped out the threads I'd recommend taking it to a transmission shop and having them repair the threads and install the correct gasket along with a new pan or straightening out that pan since it sounds like your a bit out of your league on this.
If your handy you could weld the holes, drill and tap them to new, or heli-coil the holes, or time-sert the holes. However it like mentioned before it doesn't sound like this is something your capable of, maybe I'm wrong, I'm not trying to be rude, just honest.
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