Русский танк Т-90 (1000 л.с.) застрял в грязи - Russian tank T-90 (1000HP) stuck in the mud
Недавно было открытие зимних военных
учений в Алабино (Москва), где
участвовали тяжелые танки. Один из
танков заехал в глубокую заиленую лужу. В
результате неправильных действий
механика-водителя танк крепко застрял в
грязи и ему не удалось вырваться из плена
грязи. Пришлось прибегать к помощи
другого т-90, который успешно справился с
задачей и вытащил "коллегу" из грязевого
плена. Смотрим видео события и
подписываемся на канал.
Т-90 «Владимир» — российский основной
боевой танк. Создан в конце 1980-х — начале
1990-х годов как модернизация танка Т-72Б
под названием «Т-72Б
усовершенствованный», однако в 1992 году
был принят на вооружение уже под
индексом Т-90. После смерти Владимира
Ивановича Поткина, главного
конструктора танка, решением
правительства Российской Федерации Т-90
было присвоено имя «Владимир».В период с
2001 по 2010 годы Т-90 стал самым продаваемым
на мировом рынке новых ОБТ.
Вес 46,5 тонн
Мощность 1000 лошадиных сил
Скорость 60 км / ч
Расход топлива на 100 км 240 литров!)
Цена 3 млн долл. Стоимость западных
аналогов 5-8 млн долл.
US Army Stryker Recovery.
Recovering one of our trucks after the road gave out and the truck fell in
some deep water and mud. Not even 8x8 could get this 22 ton truck out.
Steel Soldiers - Florida 2010 Summer Rally - Clip 5
Clip 5 - Steel Soldiers Summer Rally 2010 - Richloam WMA, Florida.
A Deuce Convoy...
An M35A2 tries to tackle an extremely deep water hole with a clay bottom.
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Swedish Army Tow Truck
Climbing down a 45-50 degree slope....we went up the hill later
on....Scania 8x8, 28tons...there are 2 of these in the whole world.
Mad Max old rusty Autocar Diesel Tow Trucks, still functional
Mad Max looking old rusty Autocar Diesel Tow Trucks from the TOW SHOW Mason
Ohio 9-23-11. The second I saw this old truck, still funtional, I could
imagine it in a cool chase-scene in a future Mad Max movie, this old rusty
truck looks freaking ancient! If you like this old rusted diesel tow
vehicle please check out my channel for more videos of these machines:
Russian ALL TERRAIN military vehicle drives on snow swamp mud water and land better than 4WD
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1968 AM General 2 1/2 6x6 Ton Multifuel Truck Resurecting The Toyota
Hey guys, apparently people are having a hard time telling that i was being
sarcastic when i said, "I don't think you should be taking this thing off
road, This is NOT an off road vehicle" I'm not exactly sure how people
can't tell that that is an obvious joke about a 6x6 diesel truck with
military tires. I mean, jesus, its even camo! Why would something be
camo, unless it was going to be driven in woods, and have to blend in with
trees and all... hahah, i don't know guys... i know i said it
serious-sounding sort of, but come on now. So anyway, back to the video
description: The Toyota has been back in the woods since i had to clean
up the field. So Drew borrowed this beast of a truck so we could get it
out of the woods. These Tires on the duce really don't do well i the
mud. luckily once it digs down, it gets enough traction :) so we plan on
getting the toyota going again soon. with any luck :) (update: the
woods had flooded bad, about a year before this video was shot, and the
toyota was underwater to about 3/4 or so up the seats... so the engine
filled with water, and is completely siezed. Its the 20R out of a 79 i
had. I plan on finding a 22R for it if i can.)