Australia has some really long freight trucks.....

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+8 1. Johnnosk commented 7 years ago

Wait until you see the size of the cattle properties that they haul from. Larger than some US states!
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+11 2. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

Just wait till we achieve quantum levitation.
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+6 3. Cloe commented 7 years ago

the wheels on the bus go round and round round and round
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+25 4. ValdeLevis commented 7 years ago

Is it just me, or do those self-propelled modular transporters look like the biggest, baddest LEGO® set on the planet?
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+2 5. h8isgr8 commented 7 years ago

550HP.... that's it? Seems kind of low for what it is.
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+2 6. fryguy503 commented 7 years ago

#5 Its the Torque that matters - Typical Road Train Torque - 2400 - 2800Nm (1770 - 2065 ft. lb.)
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0 7. tiggfigg commented 7 years ago

Everything is bigger in Australia, but they don't need to brag about it like some dumb ass Texans