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Goldhofer trailers

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by Nac, Dec 17, 2006.

  1. Nac

    Nac Senior Member

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    Here are some pics from Goldhofer site they are a trailer manufactor in Germany. What is that Liebherr dozer configuration? What about that boom on thet liebherr excavator.
     

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  2. 2004F550

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    the dozer is set up to lay cable, and the excavator.....maybe demolition
     
  3. Nac

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    Here is a better view of the Liebherr excavator
     

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    2005F550 is right, the dozer lays cable. The rig in the front holds the spool and the blade in the back cuts the trench. Its just a big ditch witch. As for the excavator, I have no idea.
     
  5. 2004F550

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    the excavator might be set up tp drive into mines and scrape the ceiling of the mine to clean it up, I believe I have seen machines in pictures doing it and this one looks like it is the same set up with the teeth
     
  6. Wulf

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    I think you are right primarily for tunneling like this R934 (looks to be equipped similarly?)...
     

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    Some smaller Special machines in miniture

    Here is some of the scale models I have done and continue to build special machines not always seen
     

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  9. Countryboy

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    Welcome to HEF mkdco128! :drinkup
     
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    Thank you Great site