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    World's largest wheel loader - photo

    The LeTourneau/Komatsu P&H L-2350 is the world's largest wheel loader with a payload of 72.5 metric tons (160,000 lbs.)




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    Could I ever do some damage with that thing Just install 10" thick bullet proof glass and armor up the rest of the machine replace the engine with a nuclear power plant add half a dozen mini guns. Forget about that lame guy mad max here comes mad Frank
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
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    Thatís a little bid for my sandbox but Iíll take it anyways. Eat your heart out people.

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    current spec sheet says 1305 gal fuel, 382 gal hydraulic, 66 gallon crankcase oil, 130 gal cooling, main hydraulic pump is 494 gal/min

    The standard lift bucket is 53 cubic yards.

    The turning radius is a shade under 20m (about 64ft).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloJohn View Post
    current spec sheet says 1305 gal fuel, 382 gal hydraulic, 66 gallon crankcase oil, 130 gal cooling, main hydraulic pump is 494 gal/min

    The standard lift bucket is 53 cubic yards.

    The turning radius is a shade under 20m (about 64ft).
    That caused a shudder....won't complain about 12 little quarts in 5.9 Cummins, or 15 in T444e.
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    This has either a cummins or detroit diesel - each is 2300HP.

    I was looking for fuel consumption, might have been on the Japanese site, couldn't find it though...

    Propulsion is traction motors, makes sense, like a locomotive on big tires...



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