Allison Transmission 1000/2000 Rotating Clutch 5 Speed on 2040-parts.com
Bensenville, Illinois, US
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Transmissions and Parts Technology
Superior Re-Manufacturing TechnologyAllison transmission 1000/2000 rotating clutch.
Housing and tone wheel assy. or with PTO gear.
Rotating clutch 5 speed
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(90-day warranty, covers parts only)
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