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M35 or M45

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hard to tell from those pics with nothing for scale but it looks like an M35 with forward mounted ladders like an M50 to me, its not an m45 the 45 was a tandem axle and its small and has the wrong headlights to be a 50 i think(missing a step too). Of course they changed a little over the years so it may be either an early or late 50 since the size is close (again without scale).

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M-35AX, the "AX" version had the wheel & tires increased to 18:00 x 33 from the standard 18:00 x 25 on a M-35X. The rear drive axle is the same on both the X & AX, but the AX has a special built 33" wheel adapter. The "AX" front wheel is unique to this model and was not used on any other Mack product. Either Cummins KTA-450 or DDC 12V-71N for power.

Rick

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