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Re: Allison Transmission Parts by Curtis Johnson
Post New Message Just in case your still looking!
Any particular Allison 4 speed your looking for? I have an Allison AT 542 in my Motorhome with 30,000 miles on it. It came out of a Diesel pusher motorhome. I am planning on replacing it with an Allison 2200 with a lock up torque converter this Fall. It works good, just doesn't have the overdrive I want nor the lock up torque converter I need for the fuel efficiency I'm after.
I bought it when I converted my 98 Fleetwood front engine Ford EFI 460 to a 350hp 5.9L Cummins. Ass you probably know the pusher and front engine trannys are the same units.
Curtis
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