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1991 Model 15 40' 2 Axle Eagle
Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:12 pm


1991 Silver Eagle Model 15
102” wide, raised roof, 40 feet long
Approx. 140,000 miles on rebuilt 6V-92T Detroit
New crankshaft, bearings, and rod bearings (approx. 10,000 miles ago)
Approx. 35,000 miles on new turbo.
New Allison Automatic (approx. 8,000 miles)
Approx. 490,000 total miles on coach
Single rear axle
New brakes all around
New brake drums on rear
New boosters on rear
New shocks on front
New alternator
Three new starter batteries (1 year old)
Aluminum Wheels with 80% tread on rear tires
Two new front tires with 95% tread
Two roof airs
Two house units (heat & air)
Driver’s heat and air
15,000 watt Kubota generator with new battery (1 year old)
New Deep Cycle battery for interior 12 volt lighting (1 year old)
Front and rear lounge
Hardwood floor in front lounge
Kitchenette with microwave & small fridge
Sleeps 10
Restroom
Large closet
Never a seated coach, always an RV/Entertainer's coach
Parts and Maintenance manuals
New air governor

$65,000

Please contact

Ron Pence, manager
The Minister's Quartet
www.ministersquartet.com
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Becky & Paul Lawry
Dreamscape
1968 Eagle 01 #7443
Silver 8V92 HT 740

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Re: 1991 Model 15 40' 2 Axle Eagle
Mon Apr 30, 2012 7:26 am


This bus had the ZF Automatic Transmission changed to an Allison Automatic Transmission back when I worked for Craig. I believe it is an HT647, not sure off hand. Anyway, the cost of the entire changeover was well over $20,000 alone. This bus also has a T-Drive and no drop box from the factory. Very nice coach with a lot put into it for someone to benefit from.
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Re: 1991 Model 15 40' 2 Axle Eagle
Thu May 03, 2012 2:21 pm


Yep it is a tee drive but Dan I think it is a 747 Allison real clean bus has ugly as sin furniture lol and that 6v92 sets way back to rear from most 15's with a 6v92

I installed a fuel pump and a pump drive on it for one of the local shops they stopped at Denny's in Needles and it would not start rip the center from the drive fork for the pump
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Re: 1991 Model 15 40' 2 Axle Eagle
Thu May 03, 2012 4:21 pm


Clifford, the transmission is an Allison HT647 that was modified to carry heavier loads. It is the only Allison transmission that would fit in the bus due to length without any other modifications. The drive shaft when all was said and done was I believe 12-1/2" to 13" in length, the very minimum you can get by with. Anyway it has been working very well.
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Re: 1991 Model 15 40' 2 Axle Eagle
Thu May 03, 2012 10:03 pm


What made me think it was a 747 I didn't see a step down ring the 600 series use could be it had a different bellhousing and the ring was not needed

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