RTS Remanufactured Allison Transmission

Labor Procedure and Specifications

1. All transmissions are completely disassembled.

2. All parts are cleaned in a high pressure chemical spray cabinet, inspections are made to ensure all cavities and clutch housing are completely cleaned before reassembly.

3. Inspection and requalification of all parts is made. Disposal of all parts that are not genuine Allison OEM products.

4. Quality control inspection will then be performed by the inspection supervisor. All parts to be reused will be in accordance with Allison transmission guidelines with the exception of wearable items. All parts to be reused must not be worn more than 50% of the allowable limits as listed in the appropriate Allison Transmission Service Manual.

5. All shafts are checked for cracks, all defective shafts will be scrapped.

6. Procure appropriate genuine Allison OEM parts as needed.

7. Only technicians with Allison Transmission rebuilding experience, that have been trained by an Allison Transmission instructor will be allowed to assemble transmissions.

8. Assembly of the transmission will be done only with the Quality Control supervisor present during assembly. The use of the appropriate Allison Transmission Service manual will be used at all times.

9. All valve bodies will be upgraded to current production Allison Transmission configuration. Calibrate valve body to proper shift points on valve body test stand and record for further test comparisons.

10. After completion of the transmission assembly a complete dynamometer test is performed. The test is performed by a qualified Allison Transmission trained technician with a minimum of 5 years experience. The technician will test and record transmission operating temperature, main oil pressure in all ranges, torque converter and lube oil pressure, torque converter oil flow rate, transmission output torque in forward and reverse and shift calibration, in accordance with appropriate Allison Transmission dynamometer test report.

11. The transmission is painted and properly stored in an appropriate pallet. The transmission is identified with a new nameplate and information label. Allison mechanic tips handbook and mechanic installation checklist are shrunk wrapped. The transmission is put in a polyethylene bag to prevent entry of foreign material or water contamination for customer storage when necessary.