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Old 05-05-2016, 07:22 PM   #21
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Indiana and ohio busses have a lot of rust typically.. the only thing is if that bus was originally in service in ohio and has a current DOT sticket then its probably pretty good.. as Ohio has some of the strictest DOT inspections for in-service school busses...

even first student's Busses look halfway decent in ohio..

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So are those rusty buses cheap enough for us to get good transmissions and spare engines?
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A lot of them are cats and some Mercedes .. There was on DT466 .. They are new enough I'm guessing the trans are allusion 2000 series in the conventionals.. But then you have a non running bus safer you yank its trans and you have to get it out, mod your bus and put it in.. And you still have a used transmission
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