Post flatbed load photos here V2.0

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  1. king Q

    king Q Road Train Member

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    IMG-20170109-WA0015.jpg Any guesses . It weighs about 51 000 lbs and costs around $ 3,5 million.
     
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    IMG-20170928-WA0021.jpg Slag pots 113 000lbs each for zinc refinery.
     
  4. king Q

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    IMG-20170926-WA0009.jpg Chinese manufactured dozer for Zambian prison construction site.
     
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    Saturn V command capsule being hauled off the movie set?
     
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    53,500 lbs of plastic sheeting, direct from China. Came in on a 40' container, boss transloaded it to our flatbed, scaled at 84,500 lbs gross. Had to buy a single trip overweight permit to run it from Denver to Grand Junction.
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  7. Tug Toy

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    How do you get a permit for a divisible load? I get it if it's a container but now it's on a flat?

    Really. I don't know?
     
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    He is in Colorado - and Colorado will write divisible load permits upto certain load weights. A little like NE and KS do for the ag/livestock haulers or IN/MI do for the steel guys
     
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    Seems like it would be a rotor from a generator or turbine based on it being in a cradle and costing big money.
     
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    Not another mermaid... (<<<< er.. helicopter.....) ?
     
  11. king Q

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    You got it , HP (High Pressure) turbine from a electricity generation station.
     
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