Instructions Truck T12 MkII = € 25,00

Instructions Truck T12 MkII

These building instructions make you build "Truck T12 MkII" a fully brick build motorized and Infra Red remote controlled scale model resembling a 6x4 day cab truck. Both the looks and specifications are adjusted to match lowboy ”Trailer Tr4 MkII” and the optional jeep and booster ”Trailer Tr4 MkII Add1”. This rather heavy lowboy trailer combination, which might include a load, requires some extra power.

The truck features: solid axle suspension on all axles of which the rear axle uses tandem bogie suspension, driving with power transmitted independently to both rear axles, reduced speed to increase power/torque, Ackerman geometry on steering axle, servo powered steering, fully functional fifth wheel, fifth wheel slider, modeled engine, detailed cabin interior.

PDF --_----- Downloadable PDF file building instructions
Printed ----- Spiral bound printed building instructions

€ 25,00

Product information

This model is powered by a Mack MP8 engine which is visible with the hood opened. This power source is an inline 6 cylinder engine with a displacement of 13.0 L. The horsepower range is from 425 up to 505 HP and this engine has a torque range from 1570 to 1760.

This detailed engine is nice to build and to give it those realistic looks a total number of 55 parts is used. It is detailed with for example engine oil dipstick, fan, fan belt, pulleys, hoses, oil filters including by-pass oil filter and a turbo.

Together with much more engine bay details which are added the looks are phenomenal. These include break fluid reservoir, windshield washer container, internal air cleaner system with tubing and steering shaft.

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Product specs

Scale 1:17,5
Length 44,8 cm
Weight 1,71 kg
Parts 1920


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Jim Gagliano 29 maart 2018
The T12 MKII is an absolute delight. It’s solid and sturdy. I can pick it up from the sides or the ends. No problems.The instructions are crystal clear. This was especially good for me as I can get confused when there are multiple cables to thread under and through the chassis. Every cable reached its intended target and all the PF functions worked on the first try.What’s really impressive to me though is the level of detail that has been designed into the truck. The cab interior, the engine, the cab’s stepping rails that pretty much conceal a motor on each side, the fifth wheel, the battery box blended into the back of the cab, the mounting of the IR Receiver to the inside back of the cab and on and on and on.I also enjoyed the building of what I call “sub assemblies”. Instead of assembling the cab on the chassis part by part, you build the entire back wall of the cab and then attach it to the chassis. The same goes for the roof. The best though is the fenders/grill/hood assembly. They’re all built as one unit and then attached to the chassis. Loved it.And then there’s the flawless performance with controllable speed and steering. I’m so looking forward to completing the TR4 MKII lowboy trailer that hooks up with the T12’s fifth wheel and hauling the Volvo L350F Wheel Loader around.The bottom line? I highly recommend this truck. You won’t be disappointed!!