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Old 10-01-2017, 10:31 AM   #1
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School bus rookie questions?!

This is what I got, a 1994 bluebird 33 footer with 5.9 Cummings and it says tc2000 on the dash. Question is what kind of tranny does it have, it's an auto and what kind of reared does it have and does anyone know what gear ratio's these things have or where to find that info? Any other info would be great! Just got it home and got the seats out, the first big goal for everyone I'm sure! It's only supposed to have 30k on the motor. Thanks in advance!!
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Old 10-01-2017, 11:12 AM   #2
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Year: 2003
Coachwork: BlueBird
Chassis: TC2000
Engine: 5.9L Cummins
Rated Cap: '00
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This is what I got, a 1994 bluebird 33 footer with 5.9 Cummings and it says tc2000 on the dash. Question is what kind of tranny does it have, it's an auto and what kind of reared does it have and does anyone know what gear ratio's these things have or where to find that info? Any other info would be great! Just got it home and got the seats out, the first big goal for everyone I'm sure! It's only supposed to have 30k on the motor. Thanks in advance!!
Sounds like you got a project ! Get-under your bus with pen and paper (cell camera) and look at the tags on the trans and the rear axle. has stamped metal tags on the side. bring a rag to wipe the muck-off.

fill this out

Also, it will behove you to update your sig with bus specs/location.

world tag.jpg

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