Mack Semi Truck Parts & Accessories

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One of the oldest, if not the most famous truck manufacturer, Mack built their first truck in 1900 and today, over a century later, is still one of the largest and most popular makers of vocational and over-the-road trucks in the world. Mack’s current lineup includes tough, durable work-ready trucks for every application, like the versatile and maneuverable LR and TerraPro, trucks that are ideal for refuse and recycling pickup; vocational cab and chassis like the Granite, ready for dump bodies, plows or mixers; fuel efficient, comfortable, highway trucks like the Pinnacle, with standard or sleeper cabs; and the rugged and powerful Titan, which can be outfitted for heavy or oversized hauling, or for severe duty use in mining, logging, or the oil industry.

The first Mack truck may have been built in the opening decade of the 20th century, but Mack’s roots in vehicular transportation go back even further, to 1890, when John M. “Jack” Mack started work at the Falleson & Berry carriage and wagon company in Brooklyn, NY. In 1893, he and his brother Augustus purchased the factory and a year later their brother William joined the business. The brothers phased out carriages to concentrate on wagons and began experimenting with engines. Their first successful vehicle was a 13 passenger bus with a 24 horsepower 4-cylinder engine, which carried sightseers around Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. This bus remained in service for 8 years, during which time it traveled over a million miles, firmly establishing Mack’s reputation for reliability.

In 1911 Mack merged with the Saurer Motor Truck Company to create a holding company called International Motor Truck Company. To avoid confusion with International Harvester the name was changed to Mack Trucks, Inc. in 1922. In 1967 Mack became a part of the Signal Oil and Gas Company, of Los Angeles. After buying percentages of the company over a period of years, Renault purchased the remainder of Mack Trucks in 1990. In 2000, Mack was acquired by Volvo AB of Sweden. The legendary Mack Bulldog, the company trademark and a fixture on the hood of every Mack truck, can be traced to World War I. British soldiers called the Mack trucks supplied to Britain for the war effort “Bulldog Macks”, because the trucks’ durability reminded them of the tenacity of a bulldog, their country’s mascot. In 1922 the bulldog became Mack’s corporate symbol and the bulldog design was patented 10 years later.

During its illustrious history, Mack has produced trucks, buses, military vehicles, fire-fighting apparatus, trailers, and even locomotives and railroad cars. Early Mack innovations include the first use of air and oil filters in trucks in 1918, the first power brakes in 1920, and the first use of rubber isolators between the cab and chassis in 1921. In 1922, Mack replaced the chain drive in the Model AB with a driveshaft. In the 1930s Mack became one of the first heavy-duty truck manufacturers to install four-wheel brakes, and in 1938 they became the first truck maker to design and produce their own diesel engines. In 1969 Mack patented its cab air suspension system, which improved ride quality, and in 1971 they became the first diesel engine builder to make their own engine compression brake.

Today, Mack’s tradition of innovation continues as America’s first integrated truck and engine manufacturer, building powertrain components that are designed to work together for optimum performance and fuel economy with lower maintenance costs. All of the engines in Mack’s extensive range, from 325 to 605 horsepower, have plenty of torque and run cleanly and efficiently. Industry exclusives offered with Mack transmissions include triple countershaft design, shiftable multi-speed reverse, and flexible PTO options. Mack axles and carriers deliver increased fuel efficiency combined with durability and quiet operation in the most demanding highway and vocational applications. All Mack powertrain components are manufactured in plants that meet or exceed federal and state legislation, including greenhouse gas certifications.

Only a premier truck manufacturer like Mack could have its own Customer Center, replete with heritage center, museum, product showroom, and test track. A truck as special as a Mack deserves only the best when it comes to parts and accessories, and that’s what you’ll find right here on our digital shelves. From regular maintenance supplies to repair parts to appearance products, we have what you need to minimize downtime and keep your Mack rolling down the road and looking good.

Downtime means lost income. The faster you repair your semi-truck, the faster it gets on the road and keeps on moving your business forward. With that in mind, we have gathered high-quality Mack parts and accessories that work the first time, every time. We have everything you need to maintain your Mack in top condition to avoid truck breakdowns and get it operating properly again. Our goal is to support you and your business. Shopping with us, you get parts and accessories that work hard just like you, built tough just like your vehicle.

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