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Mack Trucks has been in business for more than a century.
Over the years they've built a bit of everything,
including buses, trains, APCs, and fire trucks.
The Mack tradition of
introducing innovations into their products
– theirs were the first trucks with air and oil filters,
drive shafts, and power brakes –
continues to this day.
Just as importantly,
their trucks are still built with
the power and tenacity
that earned them the “Bulldog” nickname
long before the bulldog mascot
ever graced their trucks.
So a Mack isn't your ordinary truck;
it's a vehicle with a pedigree.

The Mack MR series were introduced in 1978.
While its low-cab-forward design looks much different
than any Mack that had come before,
a closer look reveals a truck that follows
firmly in the footsteps of the A, B, R,
and other, more conventional-looking, Macks
that came in the decades before it.
just as importantly, the Mack MR can boast
the same flexibility that made its predecessors legendary among truckers.

Built “Mack Tough,”
this 2001 Mack MR 688S Concrete Pump Truck
features a cab-over design
that is a departure from the familiar conventional design
Mack has used, with modifications, since the 1940's.
While the exterior of this Mack may look different,
on the inside it's got all the typical Mack touches.
Its engine is a E7 350 Mack Diesel.
It's equipped with a Jake Brake
and 9-speed MaxiTorque transmission.
The truck has 19,418 miles and 894 engine hours.
It has 11x22.5 rear and 385/65/22.5 front tires.
It's only had one owner,
who's taken care to keep it in top condition.

The concrete pump is a Cifa K2-X/32.
This Milan-based Italian manufacturer
was founded in 1928.
They pioneered pump equipment for heavy trucks,
used primarily for highway and tunnel construction,
so it's no wonder they're in use the world over
(Cifa pumps featured heavily
in the construction of the Channel Tunnel).
This unit has 9" cylinders
and a 104' reach as set up,
and with the addition of extra pipe,
it can handle a 200' reach.
The 32's concrete hopper has
a 19.4 cu ft. capacity,
and a maximum output of 196 yards per hour.
Taken together with the
very well-maintained Mack MR686S
on which the K2-32 rides,
it's clear that this is an opportunity
to improve worksite efficiency at a sensible price.


This cement pump truck is located in Landing, NJ 07850

Please understand I don't own this Mack MR688S 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
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