Allison Transmission CLBT 754

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Description

Drive Line Systems not only offers new Allison transmissions, but also has a vast stock of rebuilt Allison transmissions at its disposal. Although Allison Transmission has discontinued the production of the AT500, MT600 and HT/CLT700 Series transmissions, these models are still widely used in a multitude of applications.

The gearboxes are overhauled by factory-trained mechanics who, with the use of new original Allison parts, produce an automatic transmission that is as good as new. Every rebuilt transmission is fitted with new bearings, and the latest modifications are implemented where applicable. Finally, every rebuilt transmission is exhaustively tested under load. All this results in a high-quality rebuilt transmission that equals a brand-new transmission. Drive Line Systems has a vast stock of rebuilt AT/MT/HT/CLT transmissions, but we are also able to offer rebuilt off-road transmissions such as the CL(B)T5000 and 6000 Series. So if you are searching for a rebuilt Allison transmission to drive your business, don’t hesitate to contact us and request a quotation appropriate for your requirements.

Specifications

  • Torque converter TC496
  • Oilpan: 8,5″ pan
  • 2000 rpm
  • DDC Flywheel

Allison Transmission CLBT 754

SKU: 2510219029
Category: transmissions

Allison offers several model choices, giving you ultimate control over selecting the features and power you need for your fleet. See the grid below to compare all of our transmission models and find the one that best meets your business needs.

  • Agriculture
  • Construction
  • Distribution
  • Energy
  • Fire + Emergency
  • Mining
  • Municipal + Utility Services
  • Port Services
  • Refuse
  • RV + Motorhome
  • School Bus
  • Specialty
  • Tractor

Length: 80 cm
Width: 40 cm
Height: 50 cm

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