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Demag TC2800
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2009 8:06:55 PM

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For those who Don't Visit Hansebube forum...

You missed these!!

First pictures of the Liebherr LR-13000 (Yes you read right) and a new LR-1600 2-W coming out.

Here's some LR-13000



LR-13000 & LR-1600 2-W


Speachless.... Drool ... LR-13000 Drive sprocket and Tracks...


Boom section... pieces


I can't wait to see more of this MONSTER crane!

It will for sure put the 11350 to shame!

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gbarnewall
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2009 8:27:43 PM

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HOOOOOLY MOLY!!!!!!

thats a great pic of the boom tube,always wondered about wall thickness on latice booms,any info on what material its made from

no one's gonna run away with that crawler drive sprocket,and if you see some one running out the gate with it under his arm,you hold the gate for himTeeth Teeth Teeth

great pics!! was wondering too about when Liebherr were gonna duel terex on the 3000ton front

Why is "phonetically" spelt with a "ph"?

... It's better to be silent and thought a fool, then to speak up and remove all doubt

The complex of Newgrange was originally built between c. 3100 and 2900 BC,[2] meaning that it's aproximately 5,000 years old. According to Carbon-14 dates,[3] it is more than 500 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and predates Stonehenge by about 1,000 years.

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Posted: Monday, June 22, 2009 8:38:37 PM

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that thing is just HUGE!!!! cant wait to see 1 all rigged up and workin...nice job

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Posted: Monday, June 22, 2009 10:26:39 PM

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Thanks for the post That is just plain huge, Can not wait to see of these cranes all rigged up
Who ordered the first 13000?

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Paul
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 5:16:18 AM

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Great find indeedApplause. I pop into Hansebube every day but just explore the threads that I can half understand/catch my attention so missed this.

Here's a small point about the LR13000. The sprocket appears to be the height of the man standing behind it and when you look at the LR13000 picture above you can see by the shape of the tracks that the sprocket section is really only about half the height of the main upper section of the track.

So....if the sprocket height is approximately 6 feet high but the overall track height is almost double, does that mean the track height could be touching 11-12 feet high?.

Who has a house that's big enough for a 1/50 model Whistle

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Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 6:49:41 AM

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thorleif wrote:
Great find indeedApplause. I pop into Hansebube every day but just explore the threads that I can half understand/catch my attention so missed this.

Here's a small point about the LR13000. The sprocket appears to be the height of the man standing behind it and when you look at the LR13000 picture above you can see by the shape of the tracks that the sprocket section is really only about half the height of the main upper section of the track.

So....if the sprocket height is approximately 6 feet high but the overall track height is almost double, does that mean the track height could be touching 11-12 feet high?.

Who has a house that's big enough for a 1/50 model Whistle


That's interesting, if your correct with your estimate of height of tracts, call it 3600m @ 1.50 = 72 mm.
The height of the tracks on the CC8800 is 55mm, so yes it would make some model, it would be huge. I can`t wait, bring it on.

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JHart
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 7:14:08 AM
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Is the 13000 what was previously known as the "XXL" crawler?
Christian
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 8:25:24 AM

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gbarnewall wrote:

was wondering too about when Liebherr were gonna duel terex on the 3000ton front


a) you need to take into account development times. its not as if Liebherr saw the Twin CC8800 and said "hey great idea we´ll also make a 3000 tonner now"

b) so far the Twin cc8800 has never done a single job. the Twin 8800 pieces lie around unused in AlJaber´s yard and the machine works as a regular CC8800 single crane

c) duel? what duel? what if Liebherr makes a Twin LR13000?


the piece of tube you see lying there weights over 5 metric tons together with its ends lying in front of it


behind the sprocket you see 3 stacked ballast pieces, 25 tons each, size of a 20 foot container footprint




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Jack.
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 9:01:30 AM

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Its So big it Looks Daft.

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gbarnewall
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 2:18:39 PM

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you know what i mean,Mercedes has a S class,BMW has a 7 series etc.......

basically competing in the same weight division,obviously Terex hit the drawing board first with their twin,although i may not have completed a lift as the "twin" its all ready to assemble

kinda opposite situation to the 11200 and ac1000

at the end of the day,if a customer needs a machine to lift a certain amount,that crane should be built ASAP,make it and sell it,take the money

so this is the Duel i was talking about,

Why is "phonetically" spelt with a "ph"?

... It's better to be silent and thought a fool, then to speak up and remove all doubt

The complex of Newgrange was originally built between c. 3100 and 2900 BC,[2] meaning that it's aproximately 5,000 years old. According to Carbon-14 dates,[3] it is more than 500 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and predates Stonehenge by about 1,000 years.

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