Mack Dump Trucks was started by the Renault Véhicules Industriels.
A 2007 Mack Granite Ct173 used goes for approx. 75,000 dollars. the specs are as follows AMI-370 Mack Engine 405 hp; 83,698 Miles; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Camelback Suspension; 4.64 Ratio; 11R22.5 Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 204″ WB; Tri Axle; 20,000 # FA; 44,000 #
New Mack GU713 Dump Unit Available. MP8-485 HP Engine, 18 Speed Mack T318 Transmission, Dual 66 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Tanks, All Aluminum Wheels, Pedigree – Slate Gray Interior, Dual Watson/Chalen Drop Axles, 18′ Tesco Dump Bed., Mack Engine, MP8 Diesel, 485 Horsepower, 5,100 Miles, Fuel Type Diesel, Transmission 18 Spd, Engine Brake, Suspension Camelback, Ratio 4.35, Tires 11R 24.5, Wheels All Aluminum, Wheelbase 262″, Quad Rear Axels, Front Axle Lbs 20,000, Rear Axle Lbs 44,000, Can be found with a starting price of 139,000 US dollars or more.
1987 Mack dump, Mileage: 229,703 miles,Type:Dump – box Engine make: Mack Transmission type: Manual,Class: Class 8 (33,001 lbs. or more) Engine horsepower: 300 Transmission speeds: 8LL
Fuel type: Diesel Suspension type: Spring Tire size: 22.5 inches
Number of axles: Three. Used this Truck goes for bout 20,000 US dollars.
On the other hand a new one such as
Title: 2007 Mack CHN613 with a 2006 Benson 30ft dump trailer,Mileage: 320,000 miles,
Type: Semi – daycab cabover Engine make: Mack Transmission type: Manual
Class: Class 8 (33,001 lbs. or more) Engine horsepower: 427 Transmission speeds: 10 Speed direct Fuel type: Gas Suspension type: Spring Tire size: 24.5 inches. Goes for 89,000 US dollars
The Mack model R and U was first used as a highway truck. RD and DM where first set to be used for construction. This started in the ’60s. Mack trucks designed a new engine to be used with the their trucks starting in the 1968. This engine was a Maxidyne engine. This engine had a high torque. It could carry more weight.
A Mack truck can be distinguished by the Bulldog emblem that it has adorning its hood. This was first carved and patented in 1932. This design was originally carved by Alfred Fellows Masury, Mack’s Chief Engineer at the time.
Mack dump trucks have been used to build some of the world most famous buildings from the Hoover Dam to the Third water tunnel in New York. Almost every construction job in the world uses Mack. Mack trucks is a subsidiary of AB VOLVO.