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GITI Tyres Big Test -One Big Dog

When there are really big jobs to do it’s not a bad idea to call in a big dog to get them done. Or in this case 1BGDOG.

The Mack Titan with the 685hp variant of the 16.1-litre MP10 six-cylinder ranks as the most powerful conventional (bonneted) truck available in the New Zealand market. The Queensland-built Titan is just as well suited to Kiwi heavy haul and over-dimension tasks as it is to a prime mover role across the Tasman.

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