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  • Make the most of your Mack® mDrive™

    The percentage of vehicles equipped with automated manual transmissions (AMTs) continues to grow – in fact, almost 40 percent of new Mack trucks sold last year were spec’d with a Mack® mDRIVE™.

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  • What steering symptoms really mean

    Anyone who manages a fleet of vehicles has heard these words from their drivers before – turns hard, won’t turn, locks up, hangs up, oversteers, feels shaky, runs noisy.

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  • Waste Masters Solutions

    Waste Masters Solutions

    Waste Masters Solutions teams with Mack Trucks for uptime and profitability

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  • Mack Granite tough enough for TDOT

    When the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s eastern region faces big problems, they turn to the heavyweights of their fleet — Mack trucks. From snow and ice to tornadoes, washouts and rock...

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  • Six Reasons to Choose REMACK Injector Kits

    Learn how REMACK® fuel injectors ensure optimal fuel use in today’s high-performing engines at MackTrucks.com/AftermarketAdvisor.

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  • Why Oil Quality Matters

    Learn how using Mack EOS-4.5 engine oil can extend your drain intervals and decrease downtime for your fleet at MackTrucks.com/AftermarketAdvisor.

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  • J.L. Storedahl and Sons crushes it with Mack

    The old saying "If you want something done right, do it yourself" applies in spades to J.L. Storedahl and Sons. The Kelso, Washington-based company hauls aggregates and stone used for road...

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  • Graham Trucking

    Graham Trucking

    Long-term success in a competitive field like drayage requires adaptability and a willingness to explore new technologies and practices. At Seattle-based Graham Trucking, success meant upgrading...

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  • 3 Reasons to Practice Suspension PM

    The suspension systems on today’s trucks are lighter — and tougher — than ever before. And that’s good news for fleet owners and the industry in terms of reduced fuel use and longer maintenance...

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  • How to Weather Winter Accidents

    Here’s a statistic that may surprise you: on average, weather-related delays cost trucking companies between $2.2 billion and $3.5 billion annually, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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  • For Less Downtime Choose Mack XLC

    Your vehicles can take a beating in the winter thanks to de-icing agents, snow piles and potholes. And while many winter hazards are unavoidable, there’s one move you can make right now to protect...

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  • Breathe Easier with Pure Mack Cabin Air Filters.

    No matter how clean the air outside seems, environmental pollutants such as pollen, dust, soot and smog abound. And while you may think your cab protects you from these allergens, the truth is...

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  • Pure Mack Engine Oil: Same Great Name, Even Better Protection

    You’ve always trusted Mack® Engine Oil to provide the very best protection for your Mack truck. But, as you may have heard, our formula recently changed. However, there’s no need to be alarmed....

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  • Find – and Fix – Cooling System Leaks

    Leaking radiators can do more than just reduce a truck’s fuel economy. They can also lead to low power, engine overheating and substandard emissions due to damaged hoses, head gaskets,...

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  • Crash Season is Here – Are You Ready?

    Snow, ice, slush, fog – winter weather can be a real inconvenience for a heavy-duty truck driver. But more importantly, it can also be a real danger.

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  • Drive Longer with Pure Mack Engine Oil

    Regular oil changes are probably the most important preventive maintenance (PM) check you can perform on your Mack® truck. That’s because dirty oil can clog your engine, leading to reduced fuel...

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  • Maximize your shifting potential with an automated manual transmission.

    When it’s time to spec a new truck for your fleet, the available options can seem a little overwhelming. Not only do you have to make choices about application and driver comfort, but you also...

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  • The Mack Granite MHD

    There are applications where a customer needs a heavy duty truck, one that will last for years, that is durable and reliable but they really don’t need the power of an 11 liter engine.  There are...

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  • S-ABAs: The safer way to stop

    Climb into any cab today, and odds are it’ll be running with self-adjusting brake adjusters (S-ABAs). In fact, an estimated 95 to 98 percent of tractors on the road today have automatic slacks,...

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  • Give your engine a new life

    Blue, black or white exhaust. A knocking noise coming from your engine. Reduced acceleration, with or without a hard start. These are only a few signs it might be time to overhaul your heavy-duty...

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