Mack » BB / BC / BF / BG / BJ / BL
In 1927 Mack introduced a new series of trucks. It included a large number of versions (from BB to BX) with a payload from 1 to 8 tones, equipped with 57 to 128 hp engines, 4 - or 5-speed gearboxes, the double bevel or hypoid main gear, several sizes of the wheelbase and two types of cabs. The Models BJ and BB were the first trucks of Mack Company, built under the influence of new transport trends - machines capable of carrying heavy and bulky loads with greater speed. BB (1928-1932, 700 pcs.) - payload of 1.5 tones, BC (1929-1933, 1513 pcs.) - payload of 2,5-3 tones, BF (1931-1939, 1179 pcs.) - payload of 2,5-4 tones, BG (1929-1937, 2904 pcs.) - the same as BB, but with a more powerful engine, BJ (1927-1933, 1862 pcs.) - the first model in the range; originally had a capacity of 3 to 4 tones, but later was increased to 5-8 tones, BL (1929-1936, 502 pcs.) - details unknown. Trucks were produced with an open-top cabins of the model A, and with closed cabs.