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The agreement with the Reo Motor Car Company to sell Reo trucks through some of the Mack factory branches during 1935 led to the introduction of Mack Jr. trucks and buses, which were built at the Reo plant in Lansing, Michigan.
The Mack jr. line for 1936 consisted of four basic chassis sizes with capacities from 1/2 to 3 tons.
These trucks were well built, but of lighter construction than regular Mack models and comparatively less expensive.
During 1936, the Mack Jr. models and their rated capacities were designated as:
1M / 1/2 ton
10M / 1-1/2 tons
20M / 1-1/2 to 2 tons
30M / 2 to 3 tons
There was also a "traffic type" [low cab forward cab-over engine] variant of the 30M designated as 30MT.
Reference: Mack, by John B. Montville
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