1972 1982 Mack Trucks Six Cylinder 6 Cyl Engine Tune Up Specifications Manual on 2040-parts.com
Sterling Heights, Michigan, United States
1972 1982 MACK TRUCKS SIX CYLINDER 6 CYLINDER ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIFICATIONS MANUAL
Tune-Up specifications manual is stained on the front & back cover. Over all the contents within are in good legible condition.
Informative with illustrations, covers LIMITED INFORMATION, exploded illustrations and/or diagrams, great manual to have when you own a MACK TRUCK. This manual will save you money in Repairs/Service.
This manual is published by MACK TRUCKS, and are the same manuals the MACK TRUCKS Mechanics/Technicians use.
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