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Old 03-13-2019, 02:25 AM   #61
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Chassis: International 3800
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Originally Posted by railbus5 View Post
I have a 2002 CSFE and it has an Allison 2000 transmission that is called a 4 speed with double overdrives. You can run low speed city using 1, 2 and the first overdrive. To go faster use the second overdrive. I have verified it thru Bluebird and Allison using the transmission serial number. It sucks for open highway because it tops out at 55 mph @ 2500 rpm. It pulls good and holds back good.



double overdrives? is it a 2 speed rear axle box? the allison 2000 was 5 speed in that year with only 5th being Overdrive... , the allison 3000 was 6 speeds and 5th and 6th were overdrives.



later model allison 2000s or older ones upgraded with valve body and computers from a post 2006 unit could be double overdrives
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