Has anyone ever seen an engine built on a 4 door Mack Granite chassis? I'm sure it would have to be custom built, but I was curious.
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08-11-2009, 04:53 PM #1
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08-11-2009, 05:11 PM #2
I do a lot of traveling and apparatus photography, and have yet seen a 4-door Granite chassis documented anywhere.Career Fire Captain
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08-11-2009, 05:31 PM #3
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There are many companies out there who function independently of the factories and who have the ability to make such changes. Whether the original builder would support the changes would be open to question. You would have to talk to Mack and or Fontaine to see if such a change is available through the factory. If I were going to go outside I would be looking at someone like Interstate Mack /Interstate Truck Sales (Seagrave dealer) in Hagerstown, Md. They did many a CF conversion and did really nice work. They were one of only a few who used Mack doors on the enclosure rather than closet doors.
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