World Biggest Construction Vehicles

World Biggest Construction Vehicles
Krupp Bagger 288

To put it lightly, World's Largest Trencher, the Bagger 288 is a bucket-wheel excavator. But there's nothing light about a 13,500-ton mobile strip miner. The German creation is 721 feet long, 315 feet high, and can clear an area the size of a football field three stories deep - in just one day.

World Biggest Construction Vehicles

World Biggest Construction Vehicles

Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1

The Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1 telescopic crane is ridiculous. It can lift up to 1,200 tons. It's boom extends to 100 meters long with up to 126 meters of additional lattice. Rolling along on a nine-axle suspension, this bad boy can handle any job. Disc brakes come standard.
World Biggest Construction Vehicles

World Biggest Construction Vehicles

LeTourneau L-2350 Front End Loader

The world's largest rubber-tire front loading vehicle of its kind, the L-2350's bucket is roughly the size of a studio apartment. It has a 2,300 horsepower engine capable of lifting up to 160,000 lbs. The operator stands two stories off the ground, and the mammoth bucket extends to a maximum height of nearly 44 feet.
World Biggest Construction Vehicles

World Biggest Construction Vehicles

Rusch Triple 34-25 with Genesis 2500 Demolition Shear

Quite possibly the largest demolition shear in the world, the Genesis 2500 wields devastating power, especially mounted on the Rusch excavator. It is a destruction machine with Godzilla-like force.
World Biggest Construction Vehicles

Armored Caterpillar D9R

Its nickname is Doobi (Hebrew for teddy bear) but this heavily armored bulldozer is anything but soft and cuddly. With 15 tons of Israeli-engineered armor protecting the entire machine and bulletproof windows sealing in the cabin, this monster machine is equipped for construction, rescue, demolition, and even defending itself with custom-fitted grenade launchers and machine guns.
World Biggest Construction Vehicles

1 comment:

  1. Wow these are definitely the biggest land vehicles. If you're planning to be one of the drivers you must be extra careful.

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