white roof for sure, it'll reflect the heat and not absorb as much heat compared to a darker coloured roof colour.
That skylight frame looks strong enough to support a turret gun :LOL:
enjoying the build thread (y)
Well it looks like they are finally getting shipped out, due to the COVID delays.
my local dealer here in Aus, said it is still at least 12 -18 months away, due to shortages
But im looking forwards to see some real owner reviews on the brake upgrade, the transfer case over the last model with...
I have to agree with Iain and It will be a lot easier to rectify now than latter down the track with a habitat fitted, the last thing you want is having to fix a chassis crack on the road.
I'd want to know if it complies with MB bodybuilding handbook for your model, as they tell you how it...
Nice post Charlie, thats a lot of info i didn't know about the newer mogs, i would assume then these would have the EAS option from a employer point of view.
I have to agree with the others, but most people 40+ in NZ have grown up using a stick, it's slowly changing there, but thats the case...
the coachwork would take a fair bit of remodelling, but for the right price it may be worth it.
Im surprised that all those mogs are manual, i would have imagined that for a tour company it would be easier to use have ordered in the automatic models for employing drivers.
There is a clear reason why these aren't being used and on the market, Covid19 killed the overseas market for these tour groups in NZ, its a bit hard repaying finance on 6 new unimogs without clients.
someone is going to get a reasonable bargain, as with 6 being offered at the same time will...
sorry for the late reply, we managed to get away for a 3 week road trip, it was good to get back out on the road again
it’s just a EPDM rubber product
Yeah i noticed you guys like the heat from your travels, it'll make a huge difference from direct sun.
We are the opposite, we love the cold, we are leaving bris for Vic highlands via the snowy today for a month of exploring before we come back and head back to the NT when it cools down.
the dense 1mm rubber we use in the workshop will only move around to .6mm under full compression, we use it to line conductive surfaces in enclosed live HV areas
If someone is seeing 1/4" or 6mm swell in a cell then something is wrong... .4mm of movement is acceptable to me.