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Old 12-15-2010, 08:50 PM   #1
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Re: Short TC2000 with 5.9/MT643 and Airbrakes?

The AT545 mates to a SAE3 bellhousing, the MT643 to a SAE2. You'd also need to find that piece that fits your engine to swap trannies.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:13 PM   #2
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Re: Short TC2000 with 5.9/MT643 and Airbrakes?

I drove a 1998.5 TC1000 with an MT643 behind a 175HP Cummins ISB. It was NOT a skoolie, was a "TranShuttle", originally set up as a WC bus. It had rear air ride, full air brakes, GVWR 25,000 (10,700F/15,000R), and 265/70R19.5 tires. It also had a completely flat floor inside.
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