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TimT
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 2:23:13 PM
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Here is the fantastic model of the R 9800 shovel on display at the Liebherr Booth. Two backhoe versions of the machine are going to Australia and a shovel version will be built in 2009 "real machine" Liebherr had some fantastic posters of the full sized 9800 hoe that they were giving away also.








Tarantula
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 2:56:48 PM

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*HINT* CONRAD *HINT*

Very nice model! Would be nice if Conrad made one in 1:50 to go with the 996! Smiley

//Niklas Eriksson

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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 4:40:36 PM

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to be honest, i would wonder when Liebherr would NOT have his new mining flagship made as a promo model...

they have always treated us with a good flow of new models


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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 5:07:39 PM

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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 5:42:06 PM

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Tarantula wrote:
*HINT* CONRAD *HINT*

Very nice model! Would be nice if Conrad made one in 1:50 to go with the 996! Smiley

Yeah, but Conrad has a tendency to lack detailing on their models. I'd much rather see the model (if anyone ever does it) come from NZG, who has really impressed everyone lately with their attention to detail.
I've said it once, I'll say it a thousand times more: Conrad needs to increase their detail level on their models. Even the new excavator models lack the hosing work. If Conrad expects people to pay the high prices for their models, they better show better attention to detail work like NZG has.

Cool model! Realy gives you an idea of the size of that beast! Who built it anyway?

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iswgg1
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 6:32:33 PM
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The 1:25 scale model was made by Peter Kiem in Germany especially for Liebherr to use at the show.

Peter built a 1:25 model of the RH-400 for the 2004 MINEXPO.

He is a very skilled modeler.
Linkbelt or Cat
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 9:27:04 PM

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thanks for these pictures tim. The 9800 is impressive!

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Brian C
Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 10:44:03 PM

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iswgg1,

Do you have any pics of that 1:25 scale RH 400 that was displayed at Minexpo 2004? Would really love to see that one-Peter is certainly one of those model makers who's work is in high demand.

Thanks
Brian C
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Posted: Friday, September 26, 2008 11:39:35 PM
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Whenwill the R980 be available and how big will it be?HOw much then the R996 will it be?
Brian C
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Tim

What are the specs on the R9800 compared to EX 8000 in terms of bucket volume and op weight?
Are any spec brochures out yet?

Brian C
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Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 12:33:14 AM
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That is a sweet looking model......

William......
Gavin84w
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 4:12:35 AM

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Both are 800 ton class machines with 40m buckets but various site material can have that bucket size swing a couple of cubic metres either way along with operating weight also moving a few tons either way depending on options and customer spec add ons.

The RH400 is in the next class up from these 2 (plus the PC8000) and so far is all on its own as the title holder.
rawima
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 6:19:23 AM
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iswgg1, yes you are right, but peter`s Family Name is KEIM not Kiem.

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Brian C wrote:
Tim

What are the specs on the R9800 compared to EX 8000 in terms of bucket volume and op weight?
Are any spec brochures out yet?

Brian C


Hello , this is the brochure of R9800

http://www.liebherr.com/catXmedia/me/Documents/eaedcfb9-8e73-4cc3-aa9e-896a7e5d5b87.pdf
MJW
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 12:23:34 PM
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Did you see the Bucyrus dragline model on the Bucyrus stand?
Tarantula
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 5:48:08 PM

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JustinE wrote:
Yeah, but Conrad has a tendency to lack detailing on their models. I'd much rather see the model (if anyone ever does it) come from NZG, who has really impressed everyone lately with their attention to detail.
I've said it once, I'll say it a thousand times more: Conrad needs to increase their detail level on their models. Even the new excavator models lack the hosing work. If Conrad expects people to pay the high prices for their models, they better show better attention to detail work like NZG has.

Cool model! Realy gives you an idea of the size of that beast! Who built it anyway?


The reason for that is that Conrad builds their models in Germany, NZG dont. That is the reason why the Conrad models cost more and has less detail.

//Niklas Eriksson

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Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 5:52:02 PM

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Looks great to me but I don't know a lot about the machine. But I still think it looks great.

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MJW
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 6:59:15 PM
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Also, the Vermeer stand had some stunning models in 1:50 of the trencher and miner. Apparently, these are made in China. I've no idea how much they cost but the detail was very impressive.
opray
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 7:22:02 PM
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Just to add like most others I'd like to see this model produced I'm sure there would be a market for it amongst collectors.It should, like has been comented on be well detailed put simply we work hard for our money to buy our models with so we expect our models to be detailed this helps us part with the money easier,they can good detailing on the smaller models.

Graeme.
iswgg1
Posted: Saturday, September 27, 2008 8:10:28 PM
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COMPARISON
TEREX RH400 & LIEBHERR R9800 SHOVELS


MEASUREMENT RH400 R9800

MAX BUCKET CAPACITY 58.9CU 54.9CU

MAX LOAD PER CYCLE 85.1T 82.35T

WEIGHT 980T 886.25T

MAX HORSEPOWER 4,400 4,000

MAX DIGGING HEIGHT 66’3” 65’4”

MAX DIGGING DEPTH 7’7” 10’3”

MAX DIGGING REACH 62’4” 52’9”

MACHINE HEIGHT 33’1” 31’7”

MACHINE WIDTH 32’1” 29’2”

MAX CROWD FORCE 370.8T 342.7T




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