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Thread: Crane drops excavator into tunnel shaft - GIF

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    Crane drops excavator into tunnel shaft - GIF


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    Well they wanted it on the bottom didn't they I don't see the problem just hire a couple mechanics and welders and it will be good as new in a couple years or so
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    Here's more on the story, including a different view:
    https://vertikal.net/en/news/story/3...ane-drops-load
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    Those appear to be kevlar slings, very strong, but prone to failure on sharp or jagged edges when under tension a bit of slip and it will cut through the fibres which is why softeners should always be available with fabric slings of all types, IMHO.



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