Tamiya XB Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 Series U900 1/10 RTR Car TAM57815

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The multipurpose Mercedes-Benz Unimog is a truck with unrivaled off-road performance and its name is an acronym which stands for the German description "UNIversal-MOtor-Gerat." The 406 which also has the ability to equip any of approximately 3000 attachments for every imaginable task, available as an Expert Model on the proven CC-01 chassis.

Includes: RTR Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 with Motor, Radio, ESC, Painted Body, Light Kit and Instructions

AA Batteries: Eight for transmitter
Battery: 6-cell stick pack w/ standard connector
Charger: AC/DC timed or peak for 6-cell battery
Misc. Items: Building and track equipment
Length: 16" (407mm)
Width: 8.7" (220mm)
Height: 9" (229mm)
Wheelbase: 9.5" (242mm)

Length: 4.4" (365mm)
Width: .8" (173mm)
Height: .5" (140mm)
  • Chassis: CC-01 plastic tub construction
  • Drive: Four wheel shaft
  • Gearbox: Front and rear sealed gearboxes
  • Motor: 540 size
  • Electronic Speed Control: TEU-104BK (TAMM4541) with reverse
  • Lights: Tamiya TLU-01 (TAMC1394) LED light unit with four LED lights
  • Tires: Semi-pneumatic all-terrain, rubber construction
  • Wheels: One-piece, black ABS resin wheels
  • Body: Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 Truck, body color may vary from photo
  • Pinion Gear: 16 tooth metal
  • Differentials: Planetary gear, rear diff can be locked for better performance on rough terrain
  • Radio: Tamiya Finespec FM 2-channel 27MHz pistol grip
  • Shocks: Four plastic body, oil-filled
  • Bumper: Front, plastic construction, black in color
  • Suspension: Front, long stroke double wishbone
  • Rear, four link rigid
  • Camber Tie Rods: Fixed non-adjustable
  • Caster: Adjustable, caster/toe-in refers to the angle of the front suspension when viewed from the side of the car in relation to the chassis
  • Steering: Bell-crank type with servo saver and adjustable linkage

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