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This Is Nuts!!

Discussion in 'Models and Miniatures' started by Steve Frazier, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. Steve Frazier

    Steve Frazier Founder Staff Member

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  2. heavylift

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    so realistic, if the area wasn't full of jolly green giants. you probably would be hard pressed to notice, except for a non puffs of smoke .
     
  3. alrman

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    Those operators should be wearing Hi-Vis vests .... :D
    Taking ratio into consideration - that Moxy was doing about 40MPH!
     
  4. carlsharp

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    I swear I heard turbo whine!

    See this too-
    http://youtu.be/xosLzgt-zUk

    @heavylift, I agree, if that loader had the right background and at a little distance it would take a minute to realize the size...
     
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    Must be the new electric powered equipment Obama and the Tree Huggers wants us to use.
     
  6. RollOver Pete

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    Who would have thunk it?
     
  8. hvy 1ton

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    Lots of cool stuff here. http://rctruckandconstruction.com/ Most of the really crazy stuff is on the german boards. I don't know which the craziest i've seen either hesston big baler or jaw crusher.
     
  9. Dozerboy

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    Man if I ever get rich... Hey 1ton do you have a link to the jaw crusher haven't found it yet?
     
  10. td9clyde

    td9clyde Well-Known Member

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    yea I know about those models a lil here is mine
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    these are all scratch built
     
  11. td9clyde

    td9clyde Well-Known Member

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    oh yea I also have video's on you tube r/c terex and they should come up
     
  12. hvy 1ton

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    This is probably the best looking one, but it's not done yet. http://www.modell-baustelle.de/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=4740&pageNo=1 There's a test video in there somewhere where he powers the crusher with a drill.

    I think this one is a horizontal shaft impactor, but still a cool little setup. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t02cJB2-Scs&feature=channel&list=UL
     
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    Wow
    The hoe operator in that vid was smooth most of the time they look a little jerky, but he had it down. The loader operator not so much.