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I have a question about Mack RB and DM.

Is this correct: Mack R model with a set back axle is a RB model?

What is a Mack with an offset cab and a set back axle? DM or RB or ????

What typ of Mack is this truck on the picture? It seems to have an offset cab.

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Bruno

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DM

DM and U models both had offset cabs.

U models were primarily road trucks Single frame

DM's were for heavy duty work. Dump, Mixer, Heavy haul. double frame at least

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I had to contribute. Did you see my username? "umodelnut" Also, you never said U models had lighter axles, I did, you never said anything about RB's, I did, and you never said what the truck in the picture is, but I did.

Look again! I said DM enter enter to then give a quick, brief description of the DM and U models.

You're right. You are a nut

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I see no mention of dmmex....are they not dm models? Come in explain the whole R, RD and DM series variations I'm curious really I am. (I wouldn't just do this to see if someone answered,LOL)

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