I doubt it. There are significant mechanical difficulties in converting a 4X4 to 6X6, and the heavier duty axles of the MXT-MV are much less likely to break with a huge tire like a 395/85R20. In fact the MXT-MV axles, which the Unicat is built on, are designed for this type of tire. See the pictures on the military part of www.internationaldelivers.com . Those of you who read Peterson's 4 Wheel Drive might recall what happened when they put 395/85R20 XMLs on a F350.
Also it would be sort of redundant. If you consider that the camper is >200,000 euro then the difference in cost of the chassis ($55K vs. ~$90-100K) isn't so significant. That's one of the reasons why I put my camper on a new U500 rather than a surplus 5 ton army truck (like a M939).
Avi says if one is interested to contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
He reports that the truck has a front locker; it has a Dana S110 rear diff and I think a Detroit Locker may be coming for that soon.
CTIS may also be on the way, since the MXT-MVs can get it.
Last edited by charlieaarons; 05-25-2008 at 09:54 PM.
Unimog U500 with Unicat camper; diesel BMW X5 35d, diesel BJ40 Landcruiser and diesel M37