Your words restored my self-confidence. ThanxThere's a great video of a 406 nearly doing an Endo and not rolling over. Unimogs have an insanely low COG due to everything being down low in the Chassis, now the 406's wheelbase is more of a worry than the COG. I've had my 406 at angles that most other 4x4's would roll at and I wasn't near the 406's limits.
The Case MB4/94 (Unimog 406) was tested at the University of Nebraska's tractor test facility in 1976. As part of the test they measure the center of gravity. Here's a link to the report. You'll find the CG data in the "Chassis" section halfway down the first page on the right.Hi All,
Is there anyone who knows the Center Of Mass point of 406 ?
Or at least I need the following details to calculate it roughly.
1- Front Wheel weight of the truck.
2- Rear Wheel weight of the truck.
3- Side wheels weight of the truck.