Zitat von Mart im Beitrag #2
Schöner, klassischer Mack! Kein Firlefanz dran
Willst Du den Grill so lassen?
Was bedeudet das "LTL" in der Mack- Verschlüsselung?
der Grill bleibt so.
Hier eine Erklärung (Von BickMAckTrucks.com
LT- Just about an all steel truck, early production units had a different front rear spring hangars and frame arrangment in that area compared to
the later units. 1947-53, production 415 units, all 3 axle (sw's)
LTL Same as the later LT's with a lot of aluminum components, (engine mounts,front spring brackets,belly band,frt.cab mounts,radiator support
cross members, steps and battery boxes,steering column,trunnion support,wheel hubs,brake spiders,brake shoes,air tanks,axle stops, auxilary
trans case, and wheels.) 1950-56, production 1216 units 3 axle
130 units 2 axle (designated LTLT)
LTH Same as LTL except some or most of the structural suspension parts were replaced with steel (spring hangars,trunion supports, and brake
brake spiders) 1953-56 production 248 units, all 3 axle (sw's)