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Isuzu H-Series

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Isuzu H-Series
Isuzu
aka Chevrolet Kodiak
GMC Topkick
Production 2003-2008
Class 6, 7, and 8
Body Style 2- or 4-Door Conventional Truck
Length 276 - 409 in
Width 96 in
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase 152.0 - 260.0 in
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission Allison Automaic :
2200 HS/RDS 6-Speed
2500 HS/RDS 6-Speed
2550 HS/RDS 6-Speed
3000 RDS 6-Speed
3500 RDS 6-Speed

Eaton-Fuller Manual :
FS-5406A 6-Speed
FS-6406A 6-Speed
RT-8709B 9-Speed
RT-8908LL 10-Speed
Engine 7.8 litre Isuzu 6HK1-TC Turbocharged and Intercooled inline-6 Diesel
Power 215-300 hp @ N/A rpm
560-860 lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Ford F-Series
Sterling Acterra
Hino 238
Hino 258
Hino 268
Hino 338
Freightliner Business Class M2
International 4300
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Isuzu H-Series are medium duty Class 6, 7, and 8 conventional trucks. H-Series are also sold by GM as the Chevrolet Kodiak and GMC Topkick medium duty trucks. The H-Series completes Isuzu's vast range of conventional and cab-over models.

The H-Series is highly adaptable, with GVWRs from 25,950 to 54,600 lbs. Both regular and crew cabs styles are available as are single and tandem rear axles. The H-Series uses Isuzu's 6HK1-TC Inline-6 Turbodiesel, shared with the F-Series. This engine meets stringent 2007 emissions restrictions, and is not available in the GM clones.

A range of manual and automatic transmissions are also available. The Allison 2000, 3000 and 3500 Series automatics range from 660 to 1100 lb-ft of gross torque. The Eaton-Fuller manuals range from 560 to 860 lb-ft gross torque, and from 6 to 10 speed.

See Wikicars' comprehensive Isuzu H-Series Review.

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