This truck has received a brand new dump body,
and a new paint job.
The owner has a plowing contract with the State,
so these trucks aren't available for sale just yet.
However, if you're interested, contact us today;
you'll be put on a list to be notified as soon as they're available.
The E7 350 Mack engine
in this 1999 Mack RD688SX
has 249,893 miles and 6,719 engine hours.
Its transmission is an Eaton Fuller 8LL
that has a 4:10 ratio and tops out at 75mph.
It features camelback suspension,
double frame and a jake brake.
The rear axles are 58,000lb,
with an 18,000lb front axle,
with a 30,300lb tare weight.
The 15 foot dump body is all steel,
It's all steel, built by Heil, with a Donovan Auto Tarp.
There's also a 40-ton pintel hook
with air and electric to the rear.
plus A/C and heated mirrors.
Not only does this truck have new tires and brakes,
it's been serviced every 7,000 miles,
and it's cleaner than a dump truck has any right to be.
Call today to see it for yourself.
The Mack R series,
introduced in 1966 as a replacement for the beloved B series,
culminated the experience
of producing tens of thousands of vehicles
for the Allied war effort in World War II,
and thousands more B-model Macks in the postwar years.
Those trucks cemented Mack's reputation
as a truly all-purpose vehicle.
Mack has a century-long tradition
of power, innovation, quality and longevity.
That's why Mack trucks can still be spotted chugging along
sometimes held together with duct tape, bungee cord and prayers.
That bulldog may not be pretty,
but it's got a big heart that just won't quit.
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Sunday 12 to 10 pm