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  1. Hi folks, today I'd like to present you my newest MOC. This time it's not really a Unimog. But the WF trac is based on the MB trac, so I stay in the family ;) The WF trac is the same scale as all my Unimogs and cars, so nearly 1/12.5. The original can be seen here: http://www.werner-trier.com/wf-trac/wf-trac-6-x-6-s/ All in all I used seven motors in this MOC for all the different functions. The main functions are: 2 L-motors for the drive train 1 servo for the steering of the front axle 1 M-motor for the articulated steering 1 M-motor for turning the crane 1 M-motor for the double drum winch - each drum is separately controlled 1 M-motor for the compressor For the crane I used the new pneumatic cylinders. The grabber uses four small cylinders for gripping an turning. The cab can be rotated, but only manually - no room for another motor. ;) I used 3rd party wheels since I wanted to stay in scale... The rear wheels are a little too narrow, but I don't really care :) There are only some small details missing... If the weather allows I'll do a video the next days... Have fun with the photos... So far Pat