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Old 12-27-2018, 09:56 AM   #1
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Allison 645 Transmission?

Found this posting for a 2005 International with DT466E and a Allison 645 trans. I have never heard of the 645 so I did a little searching and found very little. It is mentioned in some older posts on here and on some other sites as well, but I cant be sure its not typos that should be MT643, or AT545 I was also under the impression that the 643 was not still in production in 2005 and that it was very unlikely that a 545 would be in a 40' bus with a 466. I am waiting on a reply from the seller to confirm but figured I would pick your brains.

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3060-

Push button shifter is dead giveaway.
I'd pass. That's absolute top retail price.
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Old 12-27-2018, 10:15 AM   #3
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Looking at the push button shifter, I would guess that it is either an MD3060 or 2000 transmission.

I have never seen an MT series with the push-button shifter.

If you call International with the vin number they can tell you.
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And...an '05 will have the first gen emissions garbage.

Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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3060-
Push button shifter is dead giveaway.
I'd pass. That's absolute top retail price.
I agree on the price, I would be a buyer at no more than 5k, especially considering its 3000 miles from home.

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Looking at the push button shifter, I would guess that it is either an MD3060 or 2000 transmission.

I have never seen an MT series with the push-button shifter.

If you call International with the vin number they can tell you.
I figured that the shifter was more of a guideline, we have an older KME fire engine at work with a lever shifter and a 3060, I will try the vin route if the seller cant positively ID it and comes back to reality with his price. Have you guys ever heard of the 645? I am thinking its a typo as its not listed as a model on the Allison wiki either.



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And...an '05 will have the first gen emissions garbage.

Be afraid. Be very afraid.
I agree, looking more for a late 90's model but the pickens are slim.
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