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==Operators==
 
==Operators==
 
===United States [[Image:Flag of the United States.png|28px]]===
 
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* [[Capital Area Transit (Raleigh)|Capital Area Transit]] (CAT) - Raleigh, NC
 
* [[Miami Valley Regional Transit Authority]] - Dayton, OH
 
  
 
==References==
 
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Revision as of 20:34, 31 December 2008

GMC - T7W-204
GMC - T7W-204
Years of manufacture 1980-1986
Length 35 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The General Motors T7J-204 is a Rapid Transit Series transit bus of the General Motors RTS-04 generation. The model brakedown is as follows: T signifies a transit model, 7 signifies a 35 foot length, J signifies the use of a Detroit Diesel 6V71 engine, 2 signifies a 102 inch width, and the 04 signifies the generation.

Operators

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References