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Remanufactured Allison Transmissions

Rebuilding and remanufacturing are two different procedures. Rebuilding is a process of repairing or replacement of internal transmission failed parts. At RTS we fully remanufacture every transmission to meet the Federal Trade Commission guidelines. To meet these guidelines we replace all non-serviceable parts, perform engineering updates, and test every remanufactured transmission with computer controlled dynamometer to insure maximum durability for proper transmission operation.


We make it look easy...

  • The remanufacturing process starts by carefully disassembling the transmission for cleaning and inspection.

  • All non-electronic parts are cleaned in a high pressure aqueous spray cabinet and ultrasonic cleaning machines using environmentally safe chemicals. All electronic components are carefully hand cleaned and tested for optimum performance.

  • Quality control inspection of all parts are accomplished using factory trained root cause analysis procedures.

  • Transmission assembly is completed by experienced Allison factory trained technicians documenting all measurements.

  • All valve bodies are upgraded and calibrated to proper shift points and tested on an Allison approved valve body test stand.

  • Our trained technicians assemble all transmissions to current remanufacturing service standards using OEM updates.

  • All remanufactured transmissions are tested on commercial dynamometers for functional performance using Allison transmission testing standards.

  • Transmissions are completely painted and identified with a new name plate. Each remanufactured transmission is delivered with an installation instruction guide that aids in proper installation to ensure an extended service life.

  • Our cutting edge technology in remanufacturing along with thirty plus years of Allison product knowledge and experience, results in a remanufactured transmission that performs like a new transmission.

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