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The Grand Hauler is another highlight of the TAMIYA 1/14 truck series. It is based on the legendary King Hauler (Article 300056301) - the "forefather" of all TAMIYA trucks. The King Hauler bodyshell has undergone a thorough tuning cure and contains numerous new and modified parts based on the model of the current American truck tuning scene. The body, H, P and Q12/Q15 parts were produced in black plastic and pre-painted in TS-40 Metallic Black (Matt). For example, the TAMIYA designers rebuilt metal parts, chrome-plated plastic parts for a new, unmistakable look. Furthermore, the new Grand Hauler has a longer frame in comparison to the King Hauler and makes it a real show truck!

Technical details:
Kit in the scale of 1:14
Exact replica, extended body, new front and rear bumpers, radiator grille, air filters and exhaust pipes. The exhaust pipes are made of metal.
Body, H, P and Q12/Q15 in black plastic and pre-painted in TS-40 Metallic Black (Matt)
Robust metal frame with plastic stiffeners
model-like drive train with front-mounted engine and double-axle rear-wheel drive
3-speed manual transmission, shiftable during driving via an extra servo (multi-channel remote control required)
Suspension via leaf springs and dampers with spiral springs
incl. driver figure in scale 1:14
Semitrailer plate prepared for mounting of TAMIYA and CARSON semi-trailers
Numerous tuning parts available for further expansion
MFC-01 300056511 (American sound) and MFC-03 300056523 (European sound).


Technical data

Motorart: Elektro
Maßstab: 1:14
Länge: 692 mm
Breite: 190 mm
empf.Motor: beinhaltet
Ausführung: KIT - BAUSATZ
Drive / Bau: 12.jpg

Box Contents

Kit model with assembly instructions illustrated in detail
540 electric motor
prepainted ABS bodywork
3-speed manual transmission

The firm Tamiya is specialized in high quality RC-vehicles (cars, trucks and buggies) and one of the leading manufacturer in this genre. This japanese company is based in Shizuoka and produces detailed reproductions of coveted vehicles since 1976. "Tamiya Fighter-Cup" is the name of the annual racing series. Since 1990 the final of Germany takes place in Sonneberg.

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