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Ford of Canada began building trucks during the Model T years. As in the U.S., they were known as Model TT's. One major departure from the American trucks came in 1928--during the Model AA era. In order to adequately haul heavier loads, Ford of Canada began building trucks with dual-wheel rear axles. These were dubbed Model AAC ("C" for Canada). It was not until 1930 that Ford United States built dual-wheel trucks.

 

Many Canadian-made Ford trucks were built stronger than their American counterparts. Consequently, many Canadian Ford trucks had higher ratings that those in the States. Ton and a half Ford trucks saw use in Canada while 1-ton was the U.S. rating. Even 3-ton Canadian models preceded such American models.

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