Edwin Korstanje

Unimog U400 Dutch Firetruck

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My rebuild off the Unimog firetruck for the Lowlug meeting this weekend.

I rebuild the firetruck compleet and make a short wheelbase and differend body on it

There is a working fire engine at the front and the water gets 1,5 meters far olso you can turn it left and right with PF and up and down with pneumatic.

The steering and drive in this version is by the hand off god

Later on after the meeting i wil make it full PF and a video off it

Lots off greetings

Edwin

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can y buy it :)

I don't no if your purse is big enough :laugh:

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I don't no if your purse is big enough :laugh:

i have much mony i have 2 ful rc excavtors a tracket loader and 2 trucks al ful rc

wehn yu make a vidoe from di fire truck

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i have much mony i have 2 ful rc excavtors a tracket loader and 2 trucks al ful rc

wehn yu make a vidoe from di fire truck

See my firts post on it

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nice MOC! I really like the detail of the engine in the back. and nice use of the flex cables for hoses.

tim

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I found it on Brickshelf earlier today and was very impressed!

This is a beautiful MOC with a lot of love for details!

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i have much mony i have 2 ful rc excavtors a tracket loader and 2 trucks al ful rc

wehn yu make a vidoe from di fire truck

Blimey! What language was this supposed to be??

Great MOC! I partcularly like all the controls for the pumps.

Cheers

Rog

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Super cool, but why one of the back lights is upside down?

You have right, i didn't notice it. thanks :blush:

Very nice. How did you do the fire engine, was that done with a pneumatic pump.

Yes, with the pneumatic compressor of the Unimog and a inbild water tank(80cc) but it's in 3 seconds empty and the water is not going so far only 25cm out of the canon.

For the meeting i have a conector of the back on the truck and a couple of meters pneumatic hose and a extern compressor for anough pressure and a big 1,5 liter bottle.

after this weekend i wil make a video off it

Greetings Edwin

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You have right, i didn't notice it. thanks :blush:

Yes, with the pneumatic compressor of the Unimog and a inbild water tank(80cc) but it's in 3 seconds empty and the water is not going so far only 25cm out of the canon.

For the meeting i have a conector of the back on the truck and a couple of meters pneumatic hose and a extern compressor for anough pressure and a big 1,5 liter bottle.

after this weekend i wil make a video off it

Greetings Edwin

Great work Edwin, That pump in the back looks a little bit familiar :classic: and the rigings like the SCBA, nice touch :-)

I specially like the extended cabin, really nice.

Really good ideas in your MOC, Hope to see the video soon.

cheers

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Great work Edwin, That pump in the back looks a little bit familiar :classic: and the rigings like the SCBA, nice touch :-)

I specially like the extended cabin, really nice.

Really good ideas in your MOC, Hope to see the video soon.

cheers

Best Jaime,

Thanks for your comments and yes the fire engine looks a bit simulair like yours SCBA from the picture you put on EB.

The watercanon works very good with a externe small 12v compressor, the onboard compressor can't make enough pressure.

I hope that your Mog get ready soon.

Greets Edwin

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Best Jaime,

Thanks for your comments and yes the fire engine looks a bit simulair like yours SCBA from the picture you put on EB.

The watercanon works very good with a externe small 12v compressor, the onboard compressor can't make enough pressure.

I hope that your Mog get ready soon.

Greets Edwin

Hi Edwin

I hope to see some details of your water pump, what do you? One air tank pressurizes the one with water?

My Mog is moving slowly as have very little time lately, trips, lot of work and a baby.... so not to much for Lego.

Well, good luck on ur event this weekend.

cheers

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Wow, its beautiful, and massive! 8110 would actually look pretty good in red.

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Thanks for all reactions.

Greets Edwin

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Hello,

I 'm new here and I'm from Germany .

You can buy the blueprints for sale for this Firetruck ? Would like to build this for our fire station.

Thx

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Hello,

I 'm new here and I'm from Germany .

You can buy the blueprints for sale for this Firetruck ? Would like to build this for our fire station.

Thx

Hi lauterner,

Welcome on EB and you want to know if i sell the blueprints of this moc?!.

Sorry, i never make instruction's for my big moc's and this moc is over 3 years old and don't excist anymore.

Mabey you can try to duplicate it, and you can juse 50% of the normal instuction and work out from their :wink::thumbup: .

Greetings Edwin

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ok thank you very much .

Unfortunately, I have not yet found a single construction manual for a fire truck , which is really a pity.

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ok thank you very much .

Unfortunately, I have not yet found a single construction manual for a fire truck , which is really a pity.

:laugh: :laugh: , There is no manual instruction for a fire truck U400, but you can juse the 8110 Unimog for it :wink:

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Still the best technic fire truck I've seen. Perfect scale, complexity and details. Just like the real thing :thumbup:

And it is 3 years old already! My, how time flies :classic:

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