Should just be 4. Two on each side just like a regular mack trans. Trans bolts and torq converter bolt 12 each and access hole is under starter little plate i think 8mm socket for the 2 bolts.
A garbage truck would be about 10 ft 6 inches tall.
A Class B license would be all you need to drive a garbage truck. This is a special class license used to operate certain vihicles such as the garbage truck.
No, not all trucks have beds. An SUV (not a crossover) is a truck. A semi is a truck. A garbage truck is a truck. A delivery truck (UPS, FedEx, USPS, etc.) is a truck.
You will have to ask your neighbors or contact your garbage company. All I know is that it won't be Saturday or Sunday.
ecu fuse no power the truck no crank
With the proper adapters, yes.
The Allison 1000 which is mated with the Duramax diesel
No it does not, Allison transmissions are used in gm's pickupsAllisons are in the Ford Powerstroke setup as well.
yes an Allison can be put in a ford to do so u need to purchase the correct bellhousing adaptor plate should be able to get the plate where you get the Allison
Chevy DuramaxDiesel. Its a Crew Cab 4x4 3500HD with the Allison Transmission. VERY nice truck.
On solid waste vehicle which use a manual transmission, 14 or 15 inches. The ones that go picking up cans at the curb don't use manual transmissions.. they use the Allison automatics, which have a torque converter.
Could be worn transmission and/or motor mounts. Could be a worn driveline.
If the semi truck knocked on the garbage truck, yes.
yes ,but the motor mounts are probably different