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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by steve_kibbe, Nov 30, 2005.
I want one of these
Is it just me, or does that guy own the biggest set of xterrains in the world?
wow, i think i just wet myself. that thing is awesome
who or what makes that? need specs! ;p
They look more like Baja Claws to me.
Watch out offroad....You'd rip those CTIS lines out in a hartbeat
Got breakover angle?
I don't have any specs, but its a kenworth 953
I wonder what kind of application a rig that big would be used for.
that thing is awesome
I don't think those are CTIS so much as just inflating (deflating?) the tires prior to shipment. The rear lines are draped over the tires.
As for use ... pulling a REALLY long trailer, like a missile trailer, or trees, maybe?
You guys do realize that truck is only like 6' tall right? The oriental dude is like 2'4"
Sorry, that was mean.
Yeah, proof that asians should stick to imports
prolly used up north in the canadian arctic. pipelines and stuff like that. moving drill rigs and building around. it's just a big flat snow sheet up there so there's lots of room to turn a truck around. so the size isn't too much of an issue.
it's funny cause those look just like baja claws. they're bigger than he is!
i could fit like 20 suzuki samurai's on that truck.
Off road heavy haul. Such as oil field or logging. i've seen such things. I'd bet it's destined to be a winch truck.
Now THAT"S a full size!!
I don't know about the other applications, but I'm seeing a Forrestry Fire Fighter Tank truck
wonder how much $$ one of those goes for?
Dunno could be I guess. This is some junk that I've worked on. A level smaller than that Kenny though.
This is a Pete we built into a Frac pumper that went Arctic for Schlumberger those are 55" XZLs. And thats a 3512 Cat on it's back
This is an old unit we re-powered, from Prudhom Alaska. Those are 66" Firestones.
it looks like a lifted cement truck, without the tumbler, and a brush gaurd.... i would make a flatbed for it and make it a traveling party platform.... sorta like a pontoon boat......
someone say long wheelbase tow rig?
350" wheelbase lowered rig. Saw it at Carlisle this year, awesome looking truck.
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