Mack Magnum

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Mack Magnum
Overview
Manufacturer Mack Trucks Australia
Production Australia/New Zealand
Body and chassis
Class B Double and Single Prime Mover
Body style Truck (cab over engine)
Related Renault Magnum
Powertrain
Engine Cummins 580 hp Signature DOHC/Mack 454hp
Transmission 18 spd Roadranger (manual)
Chronology
Predecessor Mack Manager

The Mack Magnum was a B Double and Single application Prime Mover manufactured from 1999 to 2003[1][2] by Mack Trucks Australia, a division of AB Volvo. It consisted of a Renault Magnum cab and chassis, with an all American Drive line including a Roadranger 18 speed transmission and had either Rockwell or Dana drive axles. Although a 454 hp Mack engine was an option. This truck was not "replaced" by the Mack/Renault Quantum in fact they were sold alongside each other one being a premium heavy duty truck the other the smaller lighter less expensive model. Unfortunately the Magnum was plagued with electrical problems and part availability problems and thus its popularity waned quickly in Australia and was removed from Mack Australia's lineup after only 5 years never to return.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "AE - Magnum". lesrenaultdepapier.fr (in French). Retrieved 1 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "Mack Magnum". trucksplanet.com. Retrieved 1 September 2016.