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5 Huge Belaz Trucks Smash Toyota

Huge Belaz Trucks Smash Toyota

Posted on November 2, 2014 by tim


 

 

 

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Belaz trucks are giant Belarussian (previously Soviet made) trucks that are used to transport large amounts of iron or other ore in one trip. They come in a few versions – the smallest and lightest trucks weigh 70 tons! The biggest Belaz is huge and weighs 360 tonnes. Like the one on the picture above.

Now let’s come inside and see more of these metal monsters and also see what happens when some of them back up late at night and simply don’t notice a Toyota car parked behind them.

 

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It is that huge – imagine how many people can fit in it.ed08356a54dfb04152f9938c4716b715

 

That tires are twice as tall as a human.

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5 Responses to “Huge Belaz Trucks Smash Toyota”

  1. Mister Twister says:

    350,000 tons? A little too much zeros there, methinks.

  2. tobblach says:

    P.S.But chest has a very shallow ..?

  3. jon says:

    I think the “headlights in the middle” are actually air cleaners.

  4. Darius says:

    Double front wheels – you won’t see such solution too often! The suspension must be some mechanical “wonder” to allow these double wheels to be turned at such high load. Also itself the turning related mechanisms also must be extra strong to turn such size double wheels.

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