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OSHKOSH Airport Fire truck..

Posted By tamangel Monday, November 14, 2011 2:38 PM
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Tim, I'm sorry to hear about the illness in your family, we will keep you and your family in our prayers.

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Sorry everyone my time on the internet has been limited due to a family member having brain cancer.

Now to help Mike W.

The front axle is a rockwelll model FM 240 double reduction with a gear ratio 5.82 to 1

The rear axle is a rockwell model M 240 Double reduction with a gear ratio 5.82 to 1

Transmission is a Allison CLT 4460Power Shift

Gear ratio is as follows

1) 4.000:1   11mph          4) 1.412:1     31mph

2) 2.824:1   15mph          5) 1.000:1     43mph

3) 2.000:1   22mph          6) 0.706:1      62mph

reverse 4.769:1  9mph

I have a complete set of manuals that at this time will not part with but you might have some luck at an old military base since the had tons of p-4's.

I hope this helps you!

Kind regards,

Tim

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Thursday, November 17, 2011 1:36 PM by mr.oshkosh
tamangel
 Posted Tuesday, November 15, 2011 7:12 AM
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thanks PZ, email sent..

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 Posted Monday, November 14, 2011 9:19 PM
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 Mr. Oshkosh could probably help you. His E-mail address is here:

http://forums.aths.org/InstantForum2010/130009/Tim-Wright-and-Oshkosh-Truck
Bill White
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Mike, You might try getting ahold of Oshkosh with the sr # they might help.

Bill



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can anyone advise what model/type of axles were under the Oshkosh P-4/M1500 6X6 fire truck?  Also any source for on-line or digital manuals out there?

this is the type of truck in question:

http://img.groundspeak.com/waymarking/large/21b807ec-d39c-43c3-820e-62e9cd6e210a.JPG

I'm attempting to help another person on another forum..

Mike W

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