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1995 Mack CH Series Operator’s Handbook re-issue 2008 Download
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Mack is one of the most renowned truck manufacturers in the UnitedStates of America. She was among the first to start producing such machines. However, despite this, Mack cars were more popular in Europe, and in America they were far from the championship. The history of this company, originally called Mack Bros. Motor Cars Company, began in the early 19th century.
In 1891, the brothers McJohn and Augustus buy the Fallesen Berry automobile factory in Brooklyn and decide to convert the van factory into motor carriages. In 1894, their third brother, William, owner of a mechanical plant in Scranton, joined them with his capital. In 1901, commissioned by Harris and McGuire, a New York excursion company, the factory produced the first 40-horsepower Mack® bus.
In the same year, 1901, the company started producing trucks under the Manhattan brand.
Since 1905, the company decided to produce all automotive products under the Mack brand. In Allentown, Pennsylvania, the first major production facility for the Mack Brothers Motor Car Company is under construction.
From 1905 to 1930, Mack manufactures petrol-powered railway locomotives. In 1906, the Mack Brothers Manufacturing Company was formed to assemble and repair excursion buses.
In 1909, the Mack company began production of light trucks "one and a half" left-hand drive (Junior) and right-hand drive (Senior).
Since 1910, the entire Manhattan range has been renamed Mack. In the same year, the company opened dealerships and service centers throughout the state of Massachusetts to sell and service its equipment.
At the end of 1910, the company's factories begin to produce Mack AB cars, which are used as freight and urban transport. The Mack AB was discontinued in 1937. By this time, about 55 thousand cars of the AB series were produced. From 1916 to 1939, Mack produced AC series vehicles that quickly gained popularity in the US Army due to their reliability, versatility and high cross-country ability, and for the first time they received the nickname “Bulldog” from soldiers for their characteristic hood shape and power. The nickname stuck so firmly to the truck that it was adopted by the company from June 1921, steel stamped plates with the image of a bulldog began to adorn the hood of the truck. The emblem depicted a bulldog ripping open the Hauling Costs book.
Since 1922, the hood figurine has become the official symbol of Mack trucks. During the First World War, Mack AC trucks are supplied in large quantities for the British Army, 4470 units are sent to France to help the US Army foot soldiers. In 1927, the production of trucks of the BJ and BB series begins, capable of reaching high speeds with increased payload. By 1941, 15 thousand units of these models were produced.
1929 to 1944, Mack produced 2,600 single and double axle trailers and semi-trailers.
In 1936, the new versatile Mack E series with a lifting capacity of 10 tons was launched in two versions a bonnet version, and with a cab over the engine. By 1951, more than 78 thousand trucks of this series were produced. Since 1938, all Mack production has been subordinated to the concept of "balanced design" the development and production of all major parts and components of trucks in their own factories, which allowed to achieve a perfect fit of all components.
Mack was the first manufacturer to install brakes on all four wheels of heavy trucks. This contributed to the reduction of the braking distance of the loaded train, which immediately had a positive effect on the level of road safety.
During World War II, Mack was the primary supplier of the US Army. More than 30,000 units of trucks are sent to the front to transport personnel, as well as evacuators and ambulances. In 1936, Mack licensed the Reo Truck Company to manufacture Mack Junior vehicles. The cars are assembled according to the drawings of the Mack campaign and are sold only through the Mack dealer network. The Reo Truck Company successfully produces five thousand Junior trucks.
1938 to 1944, about three thousand light trucks "Mack" of the "ED" series were produced for the needs of small entrepreneurs.
1936 to 1972 "Mack" mastered the production of quarry and mining vehicles with a carrying capacity of 15-100 tons. In 1926 the Mack AP ore carrier with exceptional maneuverability was produced. Until 1938, 285 trucks of this model were produced.
1943 to 1964 The company launches a new powerful quarry dump truck the Mack LR. At the same time, L-series trucks are produced in various modifications, famous for their high cross-country ability. Trucks are successfully used as a builderindustry, and for long-distance cargo transportation in the modification with a sleeping compartment. A distinctive feature of the Mack LR series is a stylish design with an abundance of steel and chrome, a unique radiator grill, excellent optics and vertical exhaust pipes installed on the sides of the cab. In total, "Mac" sells about 35 thousand units of this series, bought mainly by entrepreneurs from the West Coast of the United States, where the terrain and roads left much to be desired. 1950 The Mack range is expanded with B, H and G series trucks.
The Mack B series gains the greatest popularity among buyers. These trucks are successfully used for both intercity and intracity transportation. The Mack company sells about 130 thousand trucks of this series. Series H "basin" is produced with a very high and short cab. The release of a truck with this cab configuration is dictated by the need to comply with regulatory restrictions on the length of the road train in some states. With a permitted maximum road train length of 45 feet (13.7 m), a truck with such a cab could already pull a ten-meter trailer with it. Also in 1950, the designers of the Mack company develop the first diesel engine with direct injection and a cooling system.
1966 The company launches a new and improved R-series truck based on the Mack B model, which is used primarily as a dump truck and ore carrier, as well as a high-speed mainline truck of the Mack RW series. At the same time, the Maxidyne diesel engine was produced with a five-speed Maxitorque transmission, a prototype of a modern automatic transmission. 1969 all long-haul tractors are equipped with a patented cab mounting system on vibration absorbers air cylinders, developed by Mack engineers. 1970 Mack headquarters are established in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Years 1975-1983 production of specialized trucks of the MC MR series for the orders of utilities and emergency services.
1977 to 1993, the "Super-Liner" bonnet truck was produced, designed for the transportation of heavy loads over long distances.
Since 1979, the Mack Trucks company ceases to be a closed joint stock company and lists part of its shares for trading on the world's largest stock exchanges. The European concern Renault acquires ten percent of Mack's shares, in 1982 it increases the share of assets to twenty percent, in 1979 to forty percent. 1988 the main truck tractor of the CH series is produced. Since 1990, Mack Trucks has been wholly owned by Renault V. I., part of the Renault Group. At this time, the new Mack E7 series with twelve-liter diesel engines was released, which is represented by modifications with sixteen different Mack engines ranging from 250 to 454 horsepower. The series is the best in its class in terms of power-to-weight ratio. 1994 Mack introduces the new LE recovery truck and the Vision long-haul truck. In 2000, AB Volvo and Renault signed an agreement on partnership and mutually beneficial cooperation, according to which 90% of the shares of Renault's cargo division Renault V. I./Mack were transferred to Volvo. (Renault received 15% of AB Volvo under this agreement). Since June 2001, Mack has been producing the multipurpose, versatile Granite and Freedom series. The priority direction of the company's activity is the production of heavy trucks for mining & construction.