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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirty Water, Feb 10, 2006.
Its an amzing set of pic's but from memory its just a bit of computer based hogwash...fun to look at though.
this does happen. also go from car to car to unload. way bigger gonads than I've got!
i seen a guy in florida that had a 20 foot dump trailer with 4 foot sides loaded full with brush above the sides and a t300 on top of the pile chained on...scared me to death just seeing him go down the road
That's not computer generated, it can actually be done. Crazy, isn't it? I'd give it a shot....on a rental backhoe.
I found it.
You can't that with a standard backhoe. The machine is specially modified and they have to back the train up etc.
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Here is the question:
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Its been said many times….
There is a fine line between ingenuity and stupidity
something about that bucket on the backhoe looks out of place. The bucket is just as big as the rear wheels????
Looks like special brackets mounted on the bucket and just behind the front axle that somehow lock onto the rail car to keep the machine from tipping. It's definitely not your standard hoe!
There has to be an easier way to unload the car than that???