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In the world of heavy duty trucks few names hold a flame to Mack Trucks. By producing a wide range of trucks that help keep hundreds of industries going, Mack has solidified itself as the world’s leading heavy duty truck manufacturer. There is no lack of depth on the truck roster at Mack Trucks that includes 6 different truck styles as well as dump trucks, semi-trucks, and garbage trucks. Out of those models, Mack is best known for it for it’s semi-truck styled Pinnacle and it’s heavy load hauling Granite most commonly used for dump trucks and cement trucks.

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    Mack Granite GU 713, 2016, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE GU713

    Dump Trucks
    2016 472,324 miles
    United States, Searcy, Arkansas
    7d

    138,000 USD
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    Mack Granite GU 713, 2013, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE GU713

    Dump Trucks
    2013 294,837 miles
    United States, Searcy, Arkansas
    7d

    110,000 USD
  • Mack CV 713, 2006, Dump TrucksMack CV713

    Dump Trucks
    2006
    United States, Lake Worth, Texas
    24h

    69,000 USD
  • Mack Granite, 2021, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE 104FR

    Dump Trucks
    2021 70,745 miles
    United States, Troy, Tennessee
    7d

    225,000 USD
  • Mack MD 7, 2022, Dump TrucksMack MD7

    Dump Trucks
    2022 51,595 miles
    United States, Covington, Tennessee
    7d

    90,000 USD
  • Mack Granite GU 713, 2011, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE GU713

    Dump Trucks
    2011 434,434 miles
    United States, Troy, Tennessee
    7d

    90,000 USD
  • Mack Granite CV 713, 2005, Dump TrucksMack Granite CV713

    Dump Trucks
    2005 585,001 miles
    United States, Shelton, Washington
    7d

    60,000 USD
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  • Mack CH 600, 2001, Dump TrucksMack CH600

    Dump Trucks
    2001 194,292 miles
    United States, Denver, Colorado
    7d

    69,500 USD
  • Mack CH 613, 2001, Cab & Chassis TrucksMack CH613

    Cab & Chassis Trucks
    2001 695,397 miles
    United States, Sparrow Bush, New York
    7d

    13,500 USD
  • Mack CH 613, 2007, Tank TrucksMack CH613

    Tank Trucks
    2007 351,001 miles
    United States, Robstown, Texas
    7d

    68,500 USD
  • Mack Pinnacle CHU 613, 2008, Dump TrucksMack PINNACLE CHU613

    Dump Trucks
    2008 212,436 miles
    United States, Covington, Tennessee
    7d

    50,000 USD
  • Mack Granite GU 713, 2016, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE GU713

    Dump Trucks
    2016 350,001 miles
    United States, Sanford, Florida
    7d

    On Request
  • Mack RW 700, 1986, Log trucksMack RW700

    Log trucks
    1986 67,338 miles
    United States, Albany, Oregon
    7d

    On Request
  • Mack E-7, 1998, Log trucksMack E7-460

    Log trucks
    1998 583,273 miles
    United States, Albany, Oregon
    7d

    On Request
  • Mack Granite GU 813, 2009, Concrete TrucksMack GRANITE GU813

    Concrete Trucks
    2009 141,633 miles
    United States, Gray, Louisiana
    7d

    40,000 USD
  • Mack Granite GU 713, 2013, Dump TrucksMack GU713

    Dump Trucks
    2013
    United States, Lake Worth, Texas
    7d

    57,000 USD
  • Mack Granite CV 713, 2004, Dump TrucksMack GRANITE CV713

    Dump Trucks
    2004 760,013 miles
    United States, Rochester, New York
    7d

    49,900 USD
  • Mack CL 713, 2002, Dump TrucksMack CL713

    Dump Trucks
    2002 504,457 miles
    United States, Rochester, New York
    7d

    On Request
  • Mack CXN, 2016, Other TrucksMack CXN

    Other Trucks
    2016 249,170 miles
    United States, Miami, Florida
    7d

    55,000 USD
  • Mack RD 688 S, 1987, Dump TrucksMack RD 688 S

    Dump Trucks
    1987
    United States, Gary, Indiana

    25,850 USD

Mack Truck, Inc. was originally founded all the way back at the turn of the century in the year 1900 as the Mack Brothers Company. The Mack brothers inspiration to become the leader in heavy duty trucks actually sprang from the innovative journey of the Wright brothers path to flight. However, the Macks got their humble start building buses and trolleys. It wasn’t until 1909 that they sold their first truck meant for hauling, the Manhattan truck. This was the first truck that was dubbed a “mack” truck. Mack trucks also served in varying capacities for US and British troops in both WWI and WWII and continued to build different types of trucks such as fire trucks and buses throughout the 1900s. Mack’s early beginning led to it’s dominant performance in the marketplace that, even today, keeps it as a household name across the US.

When you are buying a Mack truck it important to way what type of specifications are most necessary for your tasks. For example, while Pinnacle and Anthem both serve similar functions as semi-trucks, when driving cross-country the extra sleeping space of the Anthem could provide not only a more enjoyable trip with more sleep, but also a safer one in the long run. Similarly, distance and weight play a large role in selecting which type of dump truck you may be looking to purchase. Going with the Granite MHD will maximize fuel efficiency and speed while it’s slightly larger-framed partner will allow you to haul a heavy load. Another major issue to consider when purchasing your Mack truck is whether to buy new or used. Everyone lose the smell and shine of a new truck purchase, however, the best value typically comes through the used market. Websites like mascus.com may have some viable used options for your Mack truck search.

When most people hear Mack they think of semi-trucks, but Mack brings some serious variety to the towing table. While their semi-styled Pinnacle model is an industry staple, it’s bigger brother, the Anthem sports a 70” inch StandUp Sleeper that is so luxurious it even has space for a flat screen TV. Mack also features the durable Granite and Granite MHD. The MHD (or Medium Heavy Duty) is a more light-weight truck designed for hauling smaller dump truck or flatbed loads. When it comes to hauling in a slightly tougher terrains, Mack proposes its TerraPro. This cabover truck has a thick build and is made for a maximum payload on its frame. lastly, for strictly on-road use Mack created the ultimate street navigator, the LR. Along with its low-to-ht-ground ride, the LR actually comes with two steering wheels, one on each side of the cab to allow its operators to complete tight turns with pinpoint accuracy.

Due to Mack’s overwhelming historical significance in the US, it is no surprise that these marvelous machines have their own museum. The Mack Truck Historical Museum, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, features a display of some of Mack’s influential trucks of the past as well as a walkthrough timeline of the major steps from 1900 that created the powerhouse that they are today.

Mack trucks can be bought a handful of ways, but most simply from mascus.com . Mascus is the easiest way to find used Mack trucks for sale across the United States. Simply enter the model you are looking for in their search bar and pick one that meets our needs. If you are looking to sell your Mack truck you can even post it on Mascus to be seen by by the thousands of daily buyers on the site.Simply register to get started .