Originally Posted by Snow mogg
Id drive it all day long, Those tires would actualy work realy good in snow/mud too
Well that's what I was thinking
But is it allowed on US highways w/o special permits?
Even though Unimogs are big, if you want to pull a good sized trailer, like 45 feet with a couple of vehicles and a couple of motorcyles,and living quarters they really won't do it. At least not with a 352 or 366. Maybe with an 8.3L Cummins. No of course these trucks are almost as over kill as they could be but on the other hand, you only live once.
I imagine fuel economy would be horrendous. If a ManKat get's around 4 to 5 And modern aerodynamic Semis get up to 8 don't they. I would say these have to be in the 2-3 mpg range?
And yeah you would need a big shed. This bad boy has a 30 foot platform alone. 2012 Kenworth C550 360″ Bed Truck w/Sisu | Alberta Oilfield Equipment Supply