I agree,Looking at that track machine, I don't see 100 tons
heard that thing was a half million dollar machine or something stupid expensive and weighs like 100 ton
Thats 10dollars a pound Not that bad
"Counting to 20 without removing footwear" class, coming to a nightschool near you.It appears that there are a few of y'all that should maybe consider some night classes to brush up on your basic math skills a bit...
Think Snow Eh!
And that is metric tons. 93,7 of yours. Actually going to a Danish wind turbine factory. Vestas or Siemens Gamesa I expect.Here's the latest ....a an 85 ton capacity forklift produced for a wind farm customer. Yes, it will move your lathe.
I can count to 21, if I'm in the shower"Counting to 20 without removing footwear" class, coming to a nightschool near you.
You must be married...I can count to 21, if I'm in the shower
And that is metric tons. 93,7 of yours. Actually going to a Danish wind turbine factory. Vestas or Siemens Gamesa I expect.
Probably as good as this did:You guys are a bad influence, got me wasting time looking at extendo-boom things, wow. They have some interesting accessories. OSHA approved ?
before you retar the roof, scrape the old one off ?
can someone explain how this would work ?
Probably as good as this did:View attachment 391484
My kinda construction company
Tracks will probably give it more stability, no sidewall deflection like a tire; and probably lower ground pressure due to large footprint.I seriously wonder about the longevity of those tracks in anything but fairly stable, even ground. And in that case, why not wheels?