Mack » LF / LH / LJ / LM
One of the most famous Mack truck is the series 'L', which was produced from 1940 to 1956. The vehicles demonstrated the power, design and reliability. Some models of this series were produced on special order for large construction companies. The L-Series trucks usually had a sleeping compartment with a low roof. Basically, these trucks were delivered to the West Coast, where the quality of roads was awful, and the terrain was full of steep climbs and descents. Such trucks had a cabin trim made of aluminum sheet to reduce the total weight. The LF and LH models were light variants in the range. Their standard equipped included END672 engines and 5 speed gearboxes. From 1940 to 1953 totally 12,453 LF series trucks and 822 LH series trucks were made. Series LJ and LM were heavier. They could be equipped with END405, END519 or END605 engines. From 1940 to 1956 totally 13,931 LJ series trucks and 2,391 LM series trucks were made. During the War, the producing of L-series was stopped.