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Transportation of The Giant Wind Turbine (3 pics)

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  • 7 Apr, 2011  |
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The driver of this truck did not damage any constructions while transporting this giant wind turbine. Great job.

1 Transportation of The Giant Wind Turbine (3 pics)


2 Transportation of The Giant Wind Turbine (3 pics)




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№1 Author: Patty (7 Apr 2011 02:22) Total user comments: 1766


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Yeah, I see these all the time where I live. Takes the driver forever to get through town with it's sharp curve.
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№2 Author: joffenbaker (7 Apr 2011 03:28) Total user comments: 4965


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I'm kinda curious about who is actually benefiting from these monsters, because I haven't seen any published stats.
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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (7 Apr 2011 03:34) Total user comments: 9115


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I've seen a lot of these in Iowa too. Great source of energy.
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№4 Author: DocMcCoy (7 Apr 2011 03:37) Total user comments: 6039


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I guess it's one of those improvements that will only show its results over along period of time and if it is done correctly. It can't hurt. They sure look better than nuclear reactors. 05
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№5 Author: mahedi (7 Apr 2011 05:24) Total user comments: 10772


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Great job 04
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№6 Author: capt.huffnpuff (7 Apr 2011 05:32) Total user comments: 2801


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joffenbaker, they must be economically viable; they're springing up all over the world.

You might want to look at

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W
ind_power
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№7 Author: nuts2u (7 Apr 2011 08:04) Total user comments: 828


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Clean and efficient energy.
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№8 Author: Lord Dodo (7 Apr 2011 11:20) Total user comments: 2064


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is there no way of circumnavigate the town? wonderful driving man 04
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№9 Author: 2fuzzy (7 Apr 2011 16:53) Total user comments: 10400


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On my way work I pass a place that makes the blades. See them all the time on the road, but you should see the storage lot with them all out side.
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№10 Author: Pilgrim (7 Apr 2011 18:02) Total user comments: 2288


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№11 Author: Lu (7 Apr 2011 19:55) Total user comments: 15082


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Those drivers know their rigs.
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№12 Author: Cacabit (9 Apr 2011 18:25) Total user comments: 819


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i don't understand the pics.
But yes good energy, great driver.
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