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1999 mack RD688S


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advice please. I am wanting an older Mack truck and found this one for sale. is this year model 1999 a good year for a mack ? I don't want the new stuff mack has today.  the truck has 226 thousand miles on it but it has some rust between the rails. I will replace the rails if its a good year to buy mack . 

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thank you Alex for answering.   the truck has E7  728 cid 350 hp. has Eaton Fuller transmission . the ad doesn't specify how many gears tranny is .  226 k miles and 13k hours.   I will just be hauling sand , gravel and top soil to customers.  pull mini excavator and skid loader.    

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49 minutes ago, alex g said:

More info would help answer your question. Yes it's a 99 Mack but what engine/transmission does it have? What application are you planning to do with it? This all factors in

has eaton Fuller tranny.  E7 engine 728 cid  350 hp.   226k miles and 13k hours .   ad doesn't specify how many gears on tranny 

will be used to pull mini and skid loader.    haul top soil to customers. 

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I'm assuming it's already a dump truck so your probably geared to pull heavier weights. I'd say you have a good combination there and if your using it yourself you'll be able to keep a eye on things

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