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Hook Lift R Model Tri Axle Mack 350 8LL

Price:
$52,000.00
Year:
1999
Model:
RD688S
Engine:
Mack E7-350hp
Trans:
Eaton 8LL
Ratio:
4:17
Top Speed:
85 MPH
Rears:
44,000Lbs
Front:
18,000Lbs
Wheel Base:
227'' Center of Spring
Vin #:
1M2P267C6XM044322
Miles:
498,000
All Records:
From 60,000 Miles
Brand New 18ft:
Ampliro Hook Lift Body
Tires:
12 x 24.5
Front Tires:
385/65/22.5
Truck Over All Length:
28' 6''

Product Description

used for sale hook lift truck bodies | R-model Mack 688s, 688st, 688sx | 8LL Tri axle mack trucks

~ Mack ~
~ The Greatest Name in Trucks ~

~ Bull Dog Tough ~

~ Performance Counts ~




1900:

The early years of this century were years full of invention
the revolutionary effects of which we're still feeling today

In 1902, Willis Carrier introduced air conditioning

in 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright flew the first successful airplane at Kitty Hawk

and in 1908, Henry Ford introduced the Model T

During this same time


~ John Mack ~

and his brothers were hard at work setting the pace for

an entirely new mode of commercial transportation

In the spirit of these other great pioneers

John Mack had a vision

to produce the most durable and powerful heavy-duty trucks

and engines in the world

The innovative designs and products he created began

a tradition of innovation that has continued to this day.



John Mack had already spent years researching and experimenting

with his own design for a motorized wagon

by the time he and his brothers opened their first bus manufacturing plant in 1900

The work paid off the same year

when the brothers introduced their first successful vehicle

a 40-horsepower, 20-passenger bus


~ The Mack bus ~


built for sightseeing concessionaire Harris and McGuire

operated in Brooklyn's Prospect Park for eight years

before being converted into a truck

The vehicle racked up a million miles of service

the first in a long line of Mack vehicles to do so

The success and acceptance of "Old No. 1"

Initiated a history of truck development unparalleled in the industry

and established a company whose reputation for tough

high-quality products has since become

"part of the language."


Mack used the slogan in advertisements for many years

especially when we produced buses...



"The first Mack was a bus and the first bus was a Mack."


The actual inspiration for building a large commercial motor vehicle truck

is reported to have occurred when Jack Mack

was invited for a ride in a neighbor's new 2-cylinder Winton automobile

The neighbor was Theodore Heilbron

captain of William Randolph Hearst's private yacht

who lived at 33 Third Avenue

a block from the Mack shop on Atlantic Avenue

The ride most likely took place in the fall

when the new 1902 Winton touring car was introduced.

The superior performance of the new Winton

soon had the two automobilists in an enthusiastic mood

And it was not long before their conversation centered

on the future developments of gasoline engines and motor vehicles

Mack Brothers Company is incorporated in New York

with John M., Augustus F., and William C. Mack as the directors.



Mack Philosophy

A Mack® truck is different from the rest

Where Mack competition joins components from various suppliers and calls it a truck

Mack builds the power train as well as the vehicle

That in it self sets them apart unlike any other Truck Manufacture



~ The Mack Difference ~


Not Only is this truck impressive

It is Built to get the Job Done !!

Engine is a Mack E7-350hp

Trans is a Eaton Fuller ES 8LL

4:17ratio

85 MPH Truck

44,000 Lb Rears

18,000 Lb Front Axle

Wheel Base:

Front Center Hub to Rear Drive Wheel Center 252in.

Front Center Hub to Center of Spring 227in

Front Center Hub to Front Drive Wheel 197in.

Over All Truck Length 28ft 6in.

Vin #1M2P267C6XM044322

498,000 Miles

Complete Records From 60,000 Miles

New Turbo, Rod and Main Bearings

12/1/2006 429,000 Miles

Front Tires are 385/65/22.5

Rear Tires are 12R/24.5

Equipped with a Brand New

Never Used

Ampliro 18ft Hook Lift Body

Sorry No Cans Available !!

BUY IT NOW !!

This Mack Hook Lift Truck is Located in Denville,NJ 07834

Please understand I don't own this Mack personally

I am a full time broker selling for a customer

My goal is to bring the buyer and seller together

I do my very best to tell you what I know

I encourage and very much support a pre-buy inspection

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