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10 hours ago, james j neiweem said:

Nice. They need to get rid of those Titan fenders. They are sooo uuuglee

The newer Macks don't have same sex appeal as the the R models or the old Super-Liners, not in my eyes anyway. Maybe I need new specks, the Trident looks better than the Titan.

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Beautiful, The Superliners look small compared to the new ones, poor old B would be lost in their shadows. Which one of the Bi-Centennials is it? Can't make out the name on the deflector.   Paul

"OPERTUNITY IS MISSED BY MOST PEOPLE BECAUSE IT IS DRESSED IN OVERALLS AND LOOKS LIKE WORK"  Thomas Edison

 “Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely, in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting ‘Holy shit, what a ride!’

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21 minutes ago, logtruckman said:

Would that hood fit a us spec Titan ? 

Speaking of the axle-back variant, the hood is shorter, to allow for a shorter BBC for legal B-double work. Shorter by 155mm (6.1 inches).

The Trident's front axle is set back farther than the Titan and Super-Liner, 1297mm (51.1") versus 1058mm (41.7") respectively.

The axle-forward Trident's front axle is set back 737mm (29").

https://www.macktrucks.com.au/~/media/files au/brochures/trident_ab.ashx?as=1

https://www.macktrucks.com.au/~/media/files au/brochures/trident_af.ashx?as=1

https://www.macktrucks.com.au/~/media/files au/brochures/titan_brochure.ashx?as=1

https://www.macktrucks.com.au/~/media/files au/brochures/superliner_brochure.ashx?as=1

As for the dimensions of the U.S. market Titan, they no longer publish any specifications on their website. It's all a Volvo secret.......http://www.macktrucks.com/trucks/titan-series/

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