Whiskymack Posted March 31, 2020 Share Posted March 31, 2020 Building a model of this RS700L. It appears to have an auxilliary transmission visible just back from the diesel tanks and in cab shots clearly show 2 sticks. I have an RS700 brochure whith a photo of an aux. case mounted between two standard Mack crossmembers but if I mount the casing in the position in the photo posted it places the rearmost of those crossmembers very close to the next one. I could move the next crossmember further back but it looks to me like the spacing of the camelback trunnion crossmember and the next crossmember forward of it is a standard dimension. On a full sized truck, what would be more likely, Keeping the standard dimension between trunnion crossmember and the next one forward and just have two crossmembers very close together or reducing the distance between trunnion crossmember and tne next one forward to create more even spacing? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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