Transmission maintenance isn’t always convenient but is a crucial part of owning and operating industrial vehicles and machines. The process for replacing industrial transmissions can be a bit overwhelming. Transmissions are rather pricey, but instead of purchasing a brand new transmission, consider a rebuilt Allison Transmission.
What Should You Know Before Ordering Your Transmission?
Does your industrial equipment need an upgraded transmission? To ensure your needs are met, you’ll want to understand the following terminology specific to your vehicle before placing your order.
- Engine Type
- Model & Serial Number
Allison Transmissions are made for heavy-weight industrial vehicles. Their applications include material handling equipment, foundation drilling equipment, mining and construction, and on-highway vehicles.
In order for the Allison parts supplier to provide you with the appropriate transmission, you’ll need to know the horsepower of your machinery. Horsepower is found by multiplying the torque by the engine speed.
It’s important to know your engine type when shopping for a new or remanufactured transmission.
Pro Tip: The transmission and engine work together so it’s critical that you know the engine type before placing your order.
Model & Serial Number
The model and serial number can be located in various places, depending on the type of machine you have. This is crucial information that suppliers need to match your vehicle with the correct transmission. Check with your manual or do a quick online search to find out where yours are. Write them down before ordering your transmission.
Know the Facts Before Calling
Be prepared when ordering parts for your transmission. By being ready with these details when you call, the process will be quick and efficient. Use the above as a guide to prepare you before making the call to order a remanufactured Allison transmission.
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