thicon 8x4 heavy duty chassis LIGHT-1 1:14 assembly kit

delivery time ca. 3-14 days delivery time ca. 3-14 days

Article number: thi14001
Article code: 4260432970371

1995.00 €

1944.71

price with 16.00% tax + shipping

cannot be ordered

Very high quality kit of a 8x4 heavy duty tractor version '' LIGHT-1 '' without heavy duty tower and servos / motor, suitable for all TAMIYA EURO-cabs. The thicon-complete kit is in a high quality case with tools, thread lock fluid. There are besides the assembly no rework necessary. Frames, trusses, axles, fifth wheel and drive are anodized aluminum CNC machined and black. The differentials are attached to a swing axle and of course lockable. Detailed building instructions in German / English with many detailed detail drawings allows even inexperienced modelers mounting the thicon chassis. In order to build the truck ready to drive, you need a TAMIYA cab, which is simply bolted to the heavy duty chassis. In addition, a computer remote controller with min. 4 channels, a light / sound system, cruise control and 7.2V / 7.4V drive battery, which can also be accommodated in the tank of the heavy duty tower, servos for steering, circuit and differential lock, 540 motor with ca . 7000U / min and a heavy duty tower.

Scope of supply: Chassis made of aluminum with 2-speed manual gearbox, 2x differential can be locked, front axles made of metal, alloy wheels front with ball bearing, off-road tires, rear swing axle, metal saddle plate with 2-axle bearing, fender, propeller shafts made of stainless steel, ball-bearing 2-Achsumlenkung forward LC8 taillights without LED with license plate holder made of aluminum, screwdriver Wiha Allen 1.5 and 2mm, thread lock, quality carrying case (not for structured model) bound, building instructions A4.

Delivery within 1 week.

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