• With drive, enthusiasm and a small but growing fleet of Mack® trucks, 22-year-old Daniel Cox has what it takes to be a boss in the construction biz.

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  • When the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s eastern region faces big problems, they turn to the heavyweights of their fleet — Mack® trucks. From snow and ice to tornadoes, washouts and rock slides, their Mack Granite® and Pinnacle™ models can handle it. And when there isn’t a big problem, their Macks keep the highways open by getting pavement patched before a small problem gets out of hand.

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  • The old saying "If you want something done right, do it yourself" applies in spades to J.L. Storedahl and Sons. The Kelso, Washington-based company hauls aggregates and stone used for road building in southwest Washington.

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  • There are applications where a customer needs a heavy duty truck, one that will last for years, that is durable and reliable but they really don’t need the power of an 11 liter engine.  There are locations where the terrain is flat so even at class 8 loads you really don’t need a lot of horsepower to get the job done.  Some applications can use a lighter duty truck, one that is right sized, a little lighter in weight and therefore you wouldn’t want to spend the money on a full class 8 truck.

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  • With the success of the mDRIVE™ transmission in the Pinnacle models and now the introduction of the mDRIVE™ HD in the Granite and Titan I thought it would be a good time to briefly point out some of the features that differentiate them.

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