Consecutive record sales years have the big truck industry bursting at the seams with supply shortages and capacity expansions involving most of the business' biggest names. Allison Transmission says the recent opening of its new Indianapolis gearbox facility isn't the primary reason the insufficient supply of transmissions likely will end by this fall. The dearth is forcing some truckmakers, including Navistar International Transportation Corp., to cut production during a huge sales boom ...

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