'91 427.110 '02 405.230
Hmmm...that got me thinking.
I'm going to say he's bang on. I've now had the pleasure of being offroad in a U500 and for the size, they are very capable. No it's not designed like the SBU and UHN Series but it flexes and climbs just fine.I wanna know what his cats look like. Yes unimog is very capable off road and yes you can delicately maneuver but I'd never say nimble like a cat.
But its a good video from TFL, not a major cock-pet like too many small format mog videos but also not totally noob'd out either.
I'll just leave this here...https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xykkkd/why-american-farmers-are-hacking-their-tractors-with-ukrainian-firmwareOh my god. This is a tractor......
Leave me with my common sense (or lack thereof), mechanical intuition, gut feel and a frickin lever or three.
This is no place for computers and "programming".
I will admit, I'm impressed with the complexity and amazing flexibility with this system but all that is trumped by a bad bit of code or scratched wire.
Loving my Luddite 406.
That being said, thanks for uploading that, as I do find it fascinating (I am a recovering engineer after all). I just don't want something this complicated for myself.
I hate to admit, but you're right.I'll just leave this here...https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xykkkd/why-american-farmers-are-hacking-their-tractors-with-ukrainian-firmware
Seriously, I agree. Those (new Unimogs) are really cool as long as you have:
1. A service contract
3. Mercedes Unimog capable workshops with the proper know-how and service equipment, otherwise...not so much.