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Looking for Allison 2000 Information

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by James Sorochan, Jan 24, 2023 at 11:04 PM.

  1. James Sorochan

    James Sorochan Senior Member

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    Does anyone have access to International on this transmission. The guy selling it ended up with it cleaning out a storage unit. Maybe I could use it behind my 12 valve cummings in my 1982 International 1724. The tag is in the picture. Thanks
     

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  2. James Sorochan

    James Sorochan Senior Member

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    Phoned the International dealer and gave them the tag. We will wait on his response.