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  • Scott Liggett
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    When I was in East Germany in '85 I saw a dozen or so Russian built T-70's on the highway between Munich and Berlin. That highway had areas that doubled as runways in different areas and had dirt roads parallel to the highway on both sides.

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  • alain
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    Note the articulating tires on the trailer.
    Articulating tires/wheels are actually quite common over in Europe. Almost all multi-axle tractor/trailers have them. Oh, another neat thing (to save on fuel and wear) is the ability to raise tires off the ground when the vehicle is driving without a load.

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  • SuperBuickGuy
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    I have never seen the army tank hauler..looks russian/tatra a little.

    not much articulation in the tractors,american give away.

    the ultimate, anti-tailgater device available.

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  • Barry Donovan
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    I have never seen the army tank hauler..looks russian/tatra a little.

    not much articulation in the tractors,american give away.

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  • mlcraven
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    Leopards, yowzer! (descendent of the Tiger)

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  • DanStokes
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    I'm guessing not a whole lot of trouble in traffic, like idiots pulling out in front of you. "Hey lady, hang up the phone and drive! Never mind........"

    Dan

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  • Thumpin455
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    Cool vid, used to see them cruising around Korea and rarely in Germany. Most often I saw them on these. My brother drove these for a while, did two tours in Iraq hauling tanks with these trucks. Note the articulating tires on the trailer.

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  • BigBlockMopar
    started a topic Tanks on a Dutch highway... Many!

    Tanks on a Dutch highway... Many!

    Guess you don't get to see this very often...

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