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    World's Longest Trucks

    These are Some Kind of Rigs Especially the modular one at the end.

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    Very impressive.
    Some real "Wow"!!! factor there.
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    Very cool.
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    double wow.

    I'd like to see one of those mammoet's in person.

    There's usually more than one way to do it...
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    That was really cool

    I can't imagine trying to stop the longest truck fast. I hope the kangaroos are quick on their feet.
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    My cars stay outside so the important stuff can be in a building---you know, saws, drill presses, thickness planers,...

    Now if I had one of those rigs and left it out in the weather, I could have one heck of a shop in the empty garage. WOW.

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    That brought back some memories... I think the road trains are Australian... they run some pretty big units down under.... I've worked with Mammoet and a couple of other heavy haulers back in my previous life.
    Chuck
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    There are some smart folks out there to conceive and execute things like this.
    I may be getting a little older physically but mentally I'm still tarp as a shack.

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    Ditto on the WOW!
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