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Has to do with the engine. A DM885 is a 237 HP Maxidyne.

19 is ENDT864 Twin Turbo V8. 75 units were built.

22 is a E9 Econdyne V8. Don't believe that was an option in the DM800.

You can check out the other codes here.

http://www.bigmacktrucks.com/index.php?/tutorials/article/78-mack-engine-codes/

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Jim

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DM807 1966-1971 172
DM809 1966-1972 527
DM811 1966-1984 2,797
DM812 1976-1983 357
DM815 1965-1971 478
DM819 1967-1972 75
DM821 1978-1984 63
DM822 1983-1987 15
DM823 1967-1967 4
DM831 1966-1973 157
DM833 1974-1974 1
DM837 1966-1973 182
DM845 1966-1971 65
DM847 19731973 2 DM854 1979-1987 12
DM861 1971-1971 1
DM863 1966-1974 543
DM865 1967-1973 25
DM866 1976-1985 99
DM867 1971-1985 510
DM885 1967-1987 2,278
DM886 1974-1987 1,938
DM888 1980-1987 185
DM895 1970-1979 1,209
DM897 1971-1981 314

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go get that dm and bring it to Conn. would love to get my hands on that. I drove one like that for the last place i worked we would get short on trucks and use it to pave with that was good times you should have seen the guy at the plant when you pull up and ask for 25 ton of class 4 asphalt with a rock truck.

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Does anyone have more information on the low production models like the DM833?

DM807 1966-1971 172

DM809 1966-1972 527

DM811 1966-1984 2,797

DM812 1976-1983 357

DM815 1965-1971 478

DM819 1967-1972 75

DM821 1978-1984 63

DM822 1983-1987 15

DM823 1967-1967 4

DM831 1966-1973 157

DM833 1974-1974 1

DM837 1966-1973 182

DM845 1966-1971 65

DM847 19731973 2 DM854 1979-1987 12

DM861 1971-1971 1

DM863 1966-1974 543

DM865 1967-1973 25

DM866 1976-1985 99

DM867 1971-1985 510

DM885 1967-1987 2,278

DM886 1974-1987 1,938

DM888 1980-1987 185

DM895 1970-1979 1,209

DM897 1971-1981 314

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the engine was a rebuild he put in it after it became a yard truck. I didnt get a chance to get underneath it to see if it had the original transmission to. its sitting in about 6" of water. i have a feeling that if its the original quadbox it wont live that long with that engine infront.

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