Tamiya Mercedes Unimog 406 S

Brand: Tamiya

Part Number: HC-58457

£164.65 Web Price RRP £185.00

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In the 1960s, Mercedes-Benz built the Unimog 406 Series. These multi-purpose trucks were known for being 4WD and having exceptional off-road performance. The Unimog can be used in environments such as deserts, jungles and mountains. Unimog is an acronym for UNIversal-Motor-Gerat with Gerat translating to mean machine or device. The vehicles featured an inline 6-cylinder diesel engine, 8-speed transmission, and front/rear lockable differentials.

Specs & Features

  • Scale:1/10 scale
  • Construction type:Assembly Kit
  • Terrain use:off-road
  • Drive-train:4WD
  • Drive type:gearbox
  • Drive line:dog bone
  • Differential type:gear
  • Suspension:independent front/solid axle rear
  • Steering mechanism:bell-crank
  • Shock damper:oil-filled damper
  • Shock damper material:plastic
  • Tire type:rubber
  • Tire tread:pin spike
  • Body material:Pre-painted body
  • ESC:included
  • ESC type:TEU-104BK
  • LED Light buckets:yes
  • LED lights:yes
  • Motor type:540-brushed type
  • Bearings:plastic bushing
  • Chassis material:plastic
  • Sticker material:vinyl
  • Internal gear ratio:
  • Adjustable camber:fixed
  • Adjustable toe angles:front only
  • Adjustable ride height:yes
  • Adjustable gear ratio:fixed
  • Adjustable wheelbase:fixed
  • Adjustable track width:fixed
  • Adjustable shock angle:fixed
  • Requires:Radio Equipment, 7.2 battery & charger

     

    • Brand: Tamiya
    • Part No: HC-58457
    • Scale: 1:10
    • Power Source: Electric - Brushed
    • Surface Type: Off Road
    • Vehicle Type: Truggy
    • Build Level: Unassembled (Kit)

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