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Mack-Lanova ED and END Diesels

Posted By DayOne4x4 Wednesday, February 26, 2020 9:44 AM
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Doug Maney------------Member and Curator of the Mack Museum in PA ought to be able to give a definite answer.............or through his elder contacts .
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Thanks gents. My deadline is only about a week away. Have a fair number of resources, including that '42 Motors Truck manual, and Diesel Engine Catalogs back to 1937. Ran across the Big Mack site in my research and found several discussions on the Mack-Lanova engines. Not signed up there, so tried here first. Some discussions here as well from years back. Frustrating when youhave piles of books and papers discussing the engine but can't find the answer to what seems a simple question. Such is my life!
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Thank you for the post, Day One. Stay with us! We would appreciate having this discussion also, even if you find info from other sources. I've got a Motors from 1935-42 that lists the models and engine descriptions. I'm a little pressed for time right now, but will have more time mid March.

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Go to Big Mack Trucks .com.. there are many on that site that can answer your questions..

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Working on a story for Diesel World about the Mack ED diesel, focusing primarily on the initial development. A have a fair bit of info on that but what I am having trouble learning is about the transition to END engines. I will touch on them as the successor to the ED but what I can't seem to find is info about the differences. I know they debuted three other displacements, 405, 457 and 605 cubic inches and all the references I see in various period publications through 1942 refer to the the original 519 ci as the "ED" and the others as "END." In 1943, that designation changes and the 519 changes nomenclature to "END519." Obviously I don't have every scrap of paper on this, but are there some Mack gurus here that can educate me on the differences between "ED" and "END."


Also, while I have your attention, when the ED debuted in 1938, in which model Mack trucks were they available? Maybe between '38 and '40. I have info on the wartime trucks.

Many thanks!

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