Biggest Semi Trailer I Have Ever Seen

Submitted by: Crabes 5 years ago in Weird

How many wheels it got and what"s the cargo?
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Female 2,549
That`s a train.
Was there a truck at the back end also? That would. make sense to have two drivers.
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Male 1,569
I hope they don`t have to get over some speedbumps
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Male 250
imagine merging to that poo
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Male 15,832
The guy in the regular semi must feel like he`s driving a Porsche compared to that guy.
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Male 571
I`m wondering how it`s even possible to get this thing on and off the highway.
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Male 2,345
"They have to move Fancy`s mom some how.."

Win!
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Male 256
so i guess they finally sedated king kong
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Male 1,084
They have to move Fancy`s mom some how..
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Male 907
Imagine trying to make a turn.
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Male 37,888
This one has a second semi- attached to the back, notice that? 0:39


Miller Transfer And Rigging Co. @DuckBoy, it says so on the rear Semi`s side, lolz!
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Male 3,463
I`ve deduced that this is in by Clarion PA, by the route numbers I saw, and the cop car that read "Pennsylvania State Trooper", and by reading the side of the truck (Miller), I typed in google "Miller company Pennsylvania", and came up with the Miller Welding Machine Company.

What is actually on the truck I don`t know, but at least we know they welded something.
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Male 67
Check out the GIF at the top of this page. These guys used to haul off concrete that I cut with my wire saw. They had a model of a rig they used to move a modern engine car from a train that set some sort of record. Cool stuff.
http://www.intermountainrigging.com/
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Male 67
Negative on the crane theory
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Male 10
im about 90% thats a broken down for shipment crane.
the cranes platform becomes the trailer and the boxes in the middle are the support arms and such taken down for shipment.
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Male 520
@Yack Trucks that size have a second driver in the rear (giggity) who steers the rear wheels, so they can take corners, and not have the tail end wander and whip other cars off the freeway.
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Male 2,376
from my intensive research of hollywood movies that is most likely some sort of giant alien creature. military trucks disguised as civilian transport vehicles.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Truthfully, she is dead, but I wasn`t offended by "your mamma" slam :) Just wanted to yank your chain, and I did.[/quote]

You got me. ;)
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Male 34
What if he needs to make a U-turn?
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Male 1,249
@swoop408 HA yes
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Male 17,512
Whatever it was, it was so heavy it needed that `pusher` truck in the back. A large transformer (and no I don`t mean Optimus Prime) perhaps.

I have seen larger, but they had to close down the highways and roads it used. It was a `Cat Cracker` for one of the refineries. the weight buckled a local road so bad it took weeks for it to be repaired.
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Male 300
Ive seen a few of them. Mostly carrying pre-stressed bridge sections.
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Male 38,511

@ MacGuffin - BAZZINGA!!!!


Truthfully, she is dead, but I wasn`t offended by "your mamma" slam :) Just wanted to yank your chain, and I did.
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Male 464
Seconded on the Leesah`s ego thing
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Female 2,602
[quote]MacGuffin - my mother`s dead[/quote]

I`m sorry. It was meant to be playful humour based on a commonly-used jibe, but I`ll remove it if it offends you.
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Male 36
Rigs like these are often used to transport locomotives
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Male 38,511

MacGuffin - my mother`s dead
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Male 1,754
It`s transporting Leesah`s ego.
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Male 3,463
Jeez, and they`re going through northwestern Pennsylvania, which can be fairly mountainous.
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Male 520
Looks kind of like one of the extrusion trucks I used to see headed to the Everett Boeing plant. Some of a plane`s stringers are crafted in one piece about as long as the plane, but not on site so they have to have specialized trucks to move them.

They have a dude in the rear axle with his own steering wheel.
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Female 2,602
Impressive. I`ve seen one carrying an oil rig before (not on the open road, though, just inside a construction yard at a very slow speed - moved it about a kilometre over the course of about 5-6 hours). This one must have been carrying something big that couldn`t be broken down into sections; a partially-constructed railway carriage maybe? or one of those machines for resurfacing roads? Gerry1of1`s mother?
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Male 128
its your moms dildo
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Male 1,284
Link: Biggest Semi Trailer I Have Ever Seen [Rate Link] - How many wheels it got and what`s the cargo?
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