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Old 03-04-2016, 10:37 PM
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Default Volvo ECR58D excavator with «skateboard» for railroad-use.

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Default Re: Volvo ECR58D excavator with «skateboard» for railroad-use.

bet that's the dearest skateboard on the planet Frank!!

Nifty idea though and I like the pick ups built in, to lift on/off presumably? ON EDIT ---- Oh aye - just watched the video

A set of wheels to go on the hitch'd make for an easier mount/dismount
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Default Re: Volvo ECR58D excavator with «skateboard» for railroad-use.

I've seen something similar in use here in Canada but it's built for a 20 tonne excavator and again powered by it's hydraulic system.
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