The BIGGEST trucks in the world : Trucking down under
A selection of clips from my road train and truck videos. Nothing here with
less than three trailers.And yes I know there are bigger ones but not out
on the highways.
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THE WORLDS BIGGEST PLANES!! by kieran smith
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VzgbjtTDww The Antonov An-225 Mriya,(THE
WORLDS BIGGEST PLANE) (NATO reporting name: Cossack) is a strategic airlift
transport airplane that was built by Antonov (ASTC). It was designed for
the Soviet space program as a replacement for the Myasishchev M-4 'Bison'
for the purpose of carrying the Energia rocket Boosters and to also be able to carry the
Buran space shuttle in piggy-back mode much the same as the American
Shuttle Carrier Aircraft.The An-225 first flew on 21 December, 1988. Only
one An-225 is currently in service. It is commercially available for
carrying ultra heavy and/or oversize freight. It can carry up to 227 metric
tons (250 short tons) of cargo. A second An-225 was partially built in
connection with the Soviet space program but was never finished. This unit
is finally nearing completion as of 2005. The construction of further units
will depend upon demand for oversize cargolifting.At 600 metric tons, the
An-225 is the world's heaviest aircraft, although its wingspan is less than
that of the "Spruce Goose", Howard Hughes' flying boat, which never flew
more a single, short, low-altitude test flight. Both the An-124 and An-225
are larger than the C-5 Galaxy, the largest aircraft in the U.S. inventory.
The An-225 is also larger than the Airbus A380. In November of 2004, FAI
placed the An-225 in the Guinness Book of Records for its 240 records and
overall outstanding aerial performance.The funniest 6 minutes you will ever
see! Remember how many of these you have done!
Judson Laipply is dancing -
for more info including song list! (more)
Impressionen von der BAUMA 2007 (big machine exhibition)
(english below) Ein paar Impressionen der unglaublich riesigen und
gewaltigen Bagger, Kräne, Kipper und sonstiger Baumonster, die auf der
BAUMA 2007 am Münchner Messegelände zu bestaunen waren. --- A few
impressions from the "BAUMA" exhibition which specializes in machinery for
development and building, in Munich, Germany. The world's biggest
playground for men!
March 24, 2008: I never thought this video would be watched over 30.000
times! It is amazing to see so many machine lovers out there. Well, good
news: The next BAUMA exhibition is scheduled for April 19-25, 2010 in
Munich, Germany. This means you've got time enough to save up for the trip
and book a hotel way in advance. If you want to know more:
http://www.bauma.de/en/Home or if you want to see all those machines faster, you need to go the chinese
Bauma branch, which is scheduled for November 25 to 28, 2008 in Shanghai:
http://www.bauma-china.com/ More on Wikipedia: http://tinyurl.com/yszdc7
Thanks for watching, and greetings to all of you out there!
UPDATE: The BAUMA 2010 is on at the moment, and I made more videos. Here's
a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=FE9FEF5B7EBE32E2
WORLD'S BIGGEST TRACTOR - Big Bud 747 16V 900hp
The most powerfull tractor of the world made by Big Bud in Havre (Montana -
USA). The engine is a Detroit Diesel 2 stroke with 16 cylinders (24,14l)
and most of 900 hp. It weighs 52 tons, its length is 8.69 m, height 4.27 m
and its width is 6.35 m. He now runs on biodiesel.
Presentation in september 2008 with Williams brothers.
Le plus gros tracteur au monde fabriqué par Big Bud à Havre (Montana -
USA) dispose d'un moteur diesel 2 temps de 16 cylindres en V (24,14l) de
plus de 900 chevaux, d'un poids de 52 tonnes pour 8,69 m de long, 4,27 m de
haut et 6,35 m de large. Il fonctionne désormais au biodiesel.
USS Independence (Littoral Combat Ship) LCS-2
One of the US Navy's new Littoral Combat Ships, the USS Independence LCS-2.
Stealthy, trimaran, x-boat....nice! It has a twin too. If you don't like
the music, scroll down through the comments for an explanation.
Mammoet moves the big one.AVI
I was in Grassland Alberta, coming back from Fort McMurray, and of course,
like everyone in the trucking world knew, this huge load was enroute to
"Ft. McMoney". I was able to make it to the Flying J, there, and capture it
as it went by. 2 trucks pulling and 3 trucks pushing. How cool is that.
Reportedly the largest load moved by road up there, although, I'm not sure
by what standard.