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    Ultimate earth mover biggest machine in the world

    Seen crossing highway in Germany.

    Specifications:

    Height: 95M/311FT

    Length:215M/705FT

    Building: 5 years

    5 operators.

    Cost 100.000 $

    Max speed: 0,5 KMH 0,31 MPH
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    Incredible!!!

    That is an amazing machine. , with five operators the first thing they must teach in the "how to operate this beast" class is COMMUNICATION!
    Has anyone found any shots of it actually working? (not just chewing on CAT's)
    Does it screen and separate the diggings too?

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    Nice pictures.
    That D8 is small.
    But i bet you got the price wrong...100 000 dollars is not enough for that little thing.

    And don't stop now, u know we boys love toys!
    Have a nice day!

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    Nice pics! I've seen the ones of it traveling and the D8 stuck in the wheel but had not seen the pics of the dozer being removed, Thanks for posting them. Thats pretty wild.

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    Cost is 100 millions $ i'm not good with maths!

    Built by the German company Krupp

    Wheel diameter: 21 M / 69 FT with 20 buckets 15 cubic meter each,76500 cubic meter/day.
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    There is another girl that moves more dirt faster and farther then this girl.
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    Welcome to HEF kaylanafbb!


    Great pics Musclegirl!

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    I saw that on tv awhile ago it was amazing to see it in action.
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    Outstanding pictures. More cat pics to save, thank you Musclegirl
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    I have seen the wheel on TV but not the dozer. Is that what happens if you doze a little to close to the wheel? DP

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    IIRC that D8 was park close to the high wall during a shift change or something.

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    The output of this thing is actually 240 000 cubic meters a day, if it would work 24h non stop at maximum speed.
    This afcourse never happens.
    I have some pics of machine number 282 working taken last year on a trip with the dutch Bouwmachineforum.
    big wheels keep on turnin' proud V8 keep on burnin'
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