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  2. EXPLORE TRUCKS. Trucks built to work. On the road or at the jobsite, you need a partner you can trust. And you can count on Mack to get the job done every day. Macks are lighter and fuel-efficient, so they can do more. And they've got the power you need to take on tough jobs. FIND YOUR MACK

  3. Mack Trucks - Wikipedia

    Mack Trucks, Inc., is an American truck manufacturing company and a former manufacturer of buses and trolley buses. Founded in 1900 as the Mack Brothers Company, it manufactured its first truck in 1905 and adopted its present name in 1922.

  4. Mack Truck Configurator

    The power to haul anything. Light enough to keep you productive. 11L MP®7 or 13L MP®8; 325 - 505 HP options; 1200 - 1860 lb.-ft. torque options

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  6. About Mack Trucks

    Founded in 1900, Mack trucks are sold and serviced in nearly 30 countries worldwide. We are one of North America’s largest manufacturers of medium-duty trucks, heavy-duty trucks, proprietary engines and transmissions.

  7. MD Series | Mack Trucks

    Choose from eight wheelbases to accommodate trucks 10 - 26 feet in length and get the perfect size for your application needs. Partners in production. We work with a wide variety of body and equipment partners across North America to ensure your MD Series is the perfect fit for your upfit.

  8. Pre-Owned Mack Trucks for Sale

    All Mack Certified trucks have passed a rigorous 150-point inspection and reconditioning process. Less than 650,000 miles All Mack Certified trucks must be class 8 and have less than 650,000 miles.

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