Specific: Procured around 1951 via the MDAP.
Used for hauling engineer material.
Historical: The Mack NR-series was in production
throughout WW II, mainly for the long distance supply
role. The final version of the military NR chassis range
was launched in late 1943. It encompassed all the main
features of its predecessors (NR-1 to NR-13) plus a
significant feature of its own: dual rear tyres. The body
was the US Army standard wooden type. The soft top cab
came with the NR-8.
Used in large numbers by the British and Canadian Armies,
also as tank transporters.
When production ceased a total of 16.548 NR´s had been
Length: 8.18 m (322 inches).
Width: 2.48 m (96 inches).
Height: 3.18 m (125 inches).
Weight: 19.432 kg (42.750 lb.).
Engine: Own 6-cylinder (Mack ED), 8.506 cm3 (519
cubic inches) displacement, liquid cooled.
Horsepower: 123 at 2.000 rpm.
Transmission: 5-speed Mack TRD37 gearbox.
Transfer case: 2 speed.
Electrical system: 12 volt (24 volt starting).
Tyres: 11.00 - 24 (front), 14.00 - 20
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Diesel.
Fuel capacity: 682 liter (150 gallons).
Additional: The cab are a post-war Mack model, fitted
when refurbished in Canada after the war. It can be recognized by the
quaterlight in the door. The wartime cab had single screens in the