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Saw in truck paper a rare MH-613 dump. 50 inch bbc/aluminum dump body/E-6 350/18,000 fronts/38,000 camelbacks/100,000 miles/35,000 dollars/. Quite pricey but definitely unique. May make a great farm truck

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Customer from Quebec Canada had one as well.  His had spoke wheels with basically the same set up.

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Is that common to have a 9-speed transmission and a 38000 rears in a dump truck? Doesn't look like redone from a tractor but makes thoughts.

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30 minutes ago, Vladislav said:

Is that common to have a 9-speed transmission and a 38000 rears in a dump truck? Doesn't look like redone from a tractor but makes thoughts.

I was thinking the same thing. It's a nice heavy frame but....the Canadian one built as a dump had a 12 speed and 44s.

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19 minutes ago, bbigrig said:

I was thinking the same thing. It's a nice heavy frame but....the Canadian one built as a dump had a 12 speed and 44s.

On the other hand a day cab with that long wheelbase doesn't look like a typical MH tractor. And the milage is really small being proofed by the interior condition. They also announced a 18000 front axle.

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Only thing you can not bridge any weight.    terry:MackLogo: plus easy to put to much weight on steer axle.

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That's a really clean truck.

MH613.jpg

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