Een GROOTS pakketje! #204
Een GROOTS pakketje! #204

Hey folks, thanks for tuning in. Welcome to a new … Workplace / shop vlog, transport vlog? – What are going to do? We’ll be getting some stuff.
Have a look at this. Look at were we left of, yesterday. – What happend?
– The hoist was there yesterday. Oh no, the gearbox drop down. – You could sleep, so at night you placed it in. Yes, I placed it in last night. – That’s not fair. To bad, it took to long. Job: The viewers would also think it’s unfair. Yes, to bad. It’s miraculously dropped into place. – This isn’t nice. Of course it’s bullocks. We couldn’t help ourselves, we continued with the puzzle. We lifted a bit up. First we jabbed the clutch plate first into that clearing. Then really slanted and wiggling placing it in. Job: And that all without a camera. We were occupied doing this and you took the camera with you. I didn’t capture it on camera. It’s basically the same as what we were doing. Only with a slight difference. – But I’m giving it a look. – I think it can move like this. What can do what? – Maybe it needs to move a bit. Job: I think it should be take out again. – You can take it out then. If we’re unlucky, we may have to take it out again. – We’ve to fix this. Yes, we need a bushing for this. Job: What? This. This isn’t…this is placed loosely on. And this one is broken. We still have to fix it up. – What’s the diameter of that? I think it’s something like 48. – Outer diameter?
Yes. – I think it’s more like 40, or 38. Don’t know, it’s misleading.
Everything is big and bulky on a tank. – I thought of something, to fix it.
Well? – We can orde an axle of this size or bigger. – Lathe it to fit. – Drill a hole through. – Resulting in a wall thickness like this. – Basically a tube, we can also use that. – Lathe it. – Then put this bushing in that tube. – And make flange on that tube. But this one won’t be easy to lathe. Do you know what’s easier. Make it out of steel. From a thick walled tube or a piece of axle. Lathe it to fit over that. But then make it a bit more spacious and order some sleeve-bearing at INDI. – I get it. Real thin are those and put those on.
Then we get sleeve-bearings. And on top of we can place a flange, cut by “Staaltje Vakwerk”. We can weld that on. – We don’t have let it cut, we can do it ourselves. That’s true. We can make that, right?
– We can do that, but… – We could also make it out of brass, we can use the lathe then. Yes, but then we can’t weld on that flange. – We can make those sleeves. Yes, right.
– Ain’t that better. This axle, this one. These two are the same as this one. It has a lever on it, it has rods connected to it. It’s only doing this, click…click. Ain’t that exciting.
– We can make it out of steel. We could do that, add a grease nipple. – Yes, I thought so too, but we can’t because grease can get in the oil. So what.
– I think it’s fine with steel, because it doesn’t move a lot. True that. We can also place in bearings, then it’s perfect. – Then next week we should start of by order those. Let’s do that, we can fix it and place the rods. Connect all that. Connect the hydraulics. – First secure the gearbox. Yes, it needs to be height adjusted.
We got …. It has shims underneath it to fill up some space. We’ve to…all those axles need to be aligned. Normally with a car the engine and gearbox are bolted together with a flange in between. That’s all fabricated to center it all. And here all those parts are bolted down to the tank. There is always some deviation. Resulting in misalignment of the axles. Just like… here with the transfercase. Hand over the camera, then I can film there. – Here the bushes don’t fit. Yes, but we can’t adjust the alignments.
That’s a bad example. – Bad example of how it’s not fitting. Indeed, that there is connected to the steering hub. That side too. Those don’t need to get alignments.
– No. That doesn’t have things between it.
It doesn’t have alignment options. – It can be done. Yes, then it needs be done under the brackets, but it didn’t come with shims. – No But this one, the transfercase. Look there is another connection. That’s the crankshaft output, going into the transfercase. It has gears, there’s another connection. Then it goes from the transfercase to the main clutch of the gearbox. Here we can adjust the height of the gearbox. We got some shims for that. Lifting this here up. To align that part. And with the transfercase, we got shims for that too. To align that connection.
– I think it’s placed quite nicely. – It doesn’t really need to go higher. We’ve to measure that out correctly. Okay, shall we go for a drive. Suddenly we got so much space here. The gearbox is gone and also the transfercase. Let’s wack that full again. – Okay. Okay, let’s go.
– Is it also for the tank, what we’re getting? Something like that. – Really? Yes, spare parts. Job: Not to much. Yes, we’re already on our way back. Exciting right?
What’s under the tarp? And we suddenly have a trailer. – That’s quite odd.
Yes it is, right. Yes, it’s to bad we weren’t allowed to film there. That was also exciting. – What, like when it got dropped.
Yes, indeed. Soon we can unwrap it. Here we are again. Well, we suddenly have another trailer again.
Ain’t that great? – Do you have more?
– What’s this? – Could you recognize it with this?
Oh no. What’s that? We do need to add, we’re still waiting on the trailer from “Hapert”. But meanwhile they arranged this trailer for us. That good, because we had to pick some stuff up. Look at that. – Guess what’s underneath it.
Yes, indeed. Unwrapping it. – Is it one thing or several things? – I’ve seen it. Did you see it?
– Saw it already. Job: Big reveal, come on. – Are we doing it, in one go? Yes, on that side too. Job: It’s looking more like “Pimp my Ride”. – Okay let’s go.
Yes do it. 3 tanks engines. This is worth the effort. – I think it’s to few.
I think it’s enough, not? Job: Awesome Great, right? Now we’ve enough spare engines. Job: Why did you even restore that other engine then? Because we don’t have these and that was better for the video’s of course. But we could let these pass. Job: Quick decision. – Really remarkable.
This one is brand new. – This one is brand new, you can see it.
Here nothing it’s clean, has never run. This one is really new. – With this one you should stir your fingers around in it.
That’s really nasty, but this one. – Nothing. Perfect. Some nice engines. – Putting some gas on it. Like once you put great effort to restore one and now you got bunch of them. Let’s grab the forklift and untie these. This is a exciting package. This one has been tinkered with.
– It got some accessory, what’s this? – Weird? Here look it got some extra parts. I think this engine is broken, like swapped for another. – I think we can fix this one.
Yes, we can fix it. We are going to fix it.
– It’s a different one. – This one also has that… That’s screwed in between it. The hoist mount isn’t attached to the engine block. – Some ‘rubberfellows’ they placed the manifold the other way around. – It’s another manifold, it’s different engine.
Ain’t a … What engine is this?
It does have the crankshaft on this side. The manifolds should be going this way. – It’s really the other way around, because the filters are on this side. Yes. What about? The pump. – The pump is placed on the same place.
The manifold is just flipped around. Yes, the support brackets are also different. – Yes, it should be like that, but this is an other way around engine. Indeed.
– It’s an illegal version. Did they just tinker with it. It’s indeed the other way around. Yes, look at that. Hi We could use a hoist block. – Yes. – Go straight up, like that. We got it, right? – Lower it right away, right. That’s pretty engine. – It’s there, you can go a bit further. – This is alright. Maybe closer to the wall. – Not necessarily, we can walk around it. Right. I think it’s going to slide of. – Maybe not, give it a try. I think it’s soon will bounce of the forks then.. – Hold, go up a bit. – Yes, hold, put it down. – Yes, this one is different. – This one has even all those cooling ribs. It’s a completely different engine. – A bit more, hold. It’s the moment, wait.
We were just inspecting it. This engine has some knickknacks. It has been tinkered with. Here are two dents, like from the inside out. Here the fuel injector lines are disconnected. Here are some loose hanging locking plates. But …’s also assembled the other way around, it’s a different engine. See the inlet is on this side.
While that one is on that side. It’s not like placed in reversed. Completely different inlets. The fuel filters are on the same side, here are some brackets for that. – It ain’t a tank engine, doesn’t have a mount for the smoke curtain system. – I think this engine isn’t a tank engine. It does have this conical shape. See, it does have that pointy shape. – It does have that cone, but not here that… – Those cooling channels. It’s a different engine tho. – But now for the big question.
Is it stuck? – Will this boomerang still work? If you throw it now, it won’t be for long.
Because there is Luca. That’s it for the boomerang. It should work that boomerang, I guess. It will return eventually. – We can check it.
Do, let’s see if it spins. – It’s stuck. – It’s broken.
Yes that hook. – We’ve another engine for our test. If it has compression you … yes that one turns. – Turn it through its Are you turning it the right way? – I don’t know which way it should turn. Put on some air pressure and you’ll know. – No, you’ll see it starts then. Like that. What’s this of an engine,
can’t we remove this plastic wrapping? It’s not a hydraulic clutch there. It’s a far older engine, I guess. Maybe it’s really old, maybe it’s not even from the T-34 but even before that. – Maybe it’s from the WW1.
No not that. These engine are used really long already. – Maybe it’s a real rare type. Don’t know. – It is a brute one. – That old one is the prettiest of them all, I think. Here it’s all. This has all been taken off.
The rocker cover has been taken off, it’s missing bolts. But still…
– Ain’t looking that bad. Inside it’s looking still good.
– I’m curious of how it can have that dent. – Really odd dent.
That’s know looking great. – And this one isn’t even take off. No that one I taken off. This one hasn’t also be taken off. What’s this? What happend there? Job: On the video you can’t see it clearly.
It has a dent in it. – Not a dent in it, but a dent out of it. That whole smoke thing, isn’t on the exhaust at all. Not only the mount but also by the exhaust is it missing. – I think this isn’t a tank engine. Don’t know, those industrial engines of these kind had those flanges. But not that cone.
– Maybe for a train? It is an aluminum under block and not steel. – Maybe an aircraft engine? Yeah, maybe this has those valve stem rubbers. If it is an industrial one. – Guess so.
You can smell it. Let’s take that other one off. This is the pride possession, have a look at this. Look through the exhaust. Here, can you see that. Job: That clean right.
That just new, no soot at all. They didn’t even test it at the factory. So it seems.
– Does seem like that. Awesome right, it’s brand new. Nice, these locking pins don’t need to be torn off and drilled out. Hi the chipmucks lived here. Bunch of rascals. Look at it. – Heaps of acorns. They did enjoyed themselves. Oh no, the injector lines are chipped away. – Shall I tell you something interesting?
Do tell. It says Leto
– It says SIMA and Leto Dirk put your ear to the exhaust. It’s working already. Okay let’s put it inside. Nice right? – I was thinking, odds are that one is also new. That engine.
– That it only was tested. Don’t know, this is painted tho. – It’s painted Maybe it’s painted to let it look newer.
– How will you get an used engine? If you demolish tanks. – It will look like that. Yes, just like this one.
But if you paint it. Maybe it will look like that.
– No this line, won’t ever be like that line. No and this manifold is the other way around, it will never be that one. – It’s possible if you paint a lot on this side. – You can model paint it. This one is stuck tho. – Don’t know, didn’t really used any force. True. – Do you see this?
Yes a bolt, I saw it. – That’s why it doesn’t work. Is it an engine bolt? I need that.
– Ain’t an engine bolt. It is the right size. – That’s 12, I guess. No it fits, see, but it’s too long.
Does need to the support. Could possible me fastened with it. We were 10 min live. – Are we live?
Now we are. Oh we got extra sound, I’m hearing it in stereo.
Need to turn that off. Job: Stereo? Here… – We still have to do the outtro. Meanwhile we still have to end the vlog and do the comments. Meanwhile we’re also live for Patheon. And reading the comments, getting them. Niels: Read out the patreons, also fun. That’s also a possibility. Hi people, no sound again.
No now it has sound. We did have a busy day. We picked up 3 engines. That’s awesome. We still have some extra once to pick up. Let’s see. – You’re also announcing it on the video.
Doesn’t matter. Job: We already have 3 of them here. Let’s see, the comments. Vlog number 203 “tuneskramer69” Hi Emile & Dirk, I talked to a big supplier of LED light from Asten. And does seem interested to sponsor you guys, because you said you needed some lighting. Add me on LinkedIn and I’ll connect you. Greetings Teunis Kramer. Edit, Emile did you contact with Tiemen? If can’t find it, do contact me. And would you like to say regards to my son Henk Kramer, biggest fan of yours. Well Henk, best regards from us. Well indeed the lighting issue in the shop and storage. We do have to do something about it. Maybe we can solve it with them, else we’ve need do it ourselves. We just need better lighting. Okay, “Wouter en Eva” I used to have the clutch of my skelter engine the other way around. Press to drive and the spring would release it. Like that I could start it myself and when falling off it won’t drive through with out a driver True, you can choice to have the clutch pedal work the other way around. We used the spring to put belt under tension. When pressing the pedal, you free it up.
Just like in a car or something like that. You can do it the other way.
Using your foot to deliver the tension. And use the spring to free it up. Yes, we assumed it would be easier with a spring. It’s an even force applied to it,
making it predictable in handling. “Stefan Vincent de Boer” I got a fun idea for one day builds: make a shredder. Yes, one day build and a shredder.
It does have serious parts. It does have some serious engineering in it.
– Can also make a paper shredder. Yes, go look into a papier shredder for fun. All those wheels/gears turning into each other. Those are some thick discs. All cut material.
– Indeed. That really needs to thought out beforehand. That’s not really an one day build. The skelter we just did what we need to do at the moment and not really engineered it good. That was noticeable. The one day build does need to be… like order some parts and built it in one day. I think a shredder is going to be difficult. That needs more preparations.
– Let’s end the vlog. Indeed, we’re also live.
We need to go back to the live stream. Folks! Thanks for watching. See you on the next one. Subtitled by HuGo

100 thoughts on “Een GROOTS pakketje! #204”

  1. Werkplaatsvlog says:

    ps. Morgenmiddag komt de skeltertest online!

  2. basje 2017 says:

    22:11 klinkt precies het zelfde alleen jammer dat er geen rook bij is 😂😂😂 like dat ze dit zien

  3. Sebastiaan de Bruin says:

    Weet niet veel…. maar weet wel dat je een boomerang niet als een frisbee moet gooien haha.
    Lekker bezig mannen !

  4. Remko Palm says:

    Zeg Master Milo wat gaan jullie met deze motoren doen.
    Een heleboel mensen willen dit wel weten. Like it zodat ze dit lezen

  5. Rutger says:

    Vraagje maar van een diesel auto een elektrische auto ?

  6. stephan van wiggen says:

    milo een uitdaging : knoop zoon motor is aan een skelter ahhahahah

  7. Mac1eJU says:


  8. Jelle van Vugt says:

    Hahaaa. Volgend project. Een kart met tank motor 😂😂😂

  9. Stefaan Praet says:

    kan je een V12 motor niet op je grasmaaier zetten?

  10. Nickola StoneMinar says:

    have to buy new engines? :O

  11. Dr Drebbel says:

    Like zo dat milo het ziet ! De oudere motor is een T34 V-2-34 V-12 die motoren hadden in de jaren 40 geen rook gordijnen

  12. horstpetersens says:

    You should really plug those holes on the engines. Better inspect if there is something in the inlets with an endoskope especially after there was an animal around.

  13. Rocco Stafford says:

    Emiel, ben je soms van plan om een eigen tankdivisie op te gaan richten?
    Zou mooi zijn.

  14. AlaskaRailroadguy says:

    Hey Milo when you guys getting the turret back? from your friend you left it with so you can start working on it

  15. Mohd Halim Amat says:

    Try to start the engine, did not expect your trailer able to haul those 3 engine

  16. Mark Vr. says:

    Deze niet tankmotor komt uit een pantser wielvoertuig daar zit namelijk alles net ff anders in elkaar

  17. Devon van der kroon says:

    Zou die oude motor uit een t54 komen ?

  18. Stan says:

    Maak een trekker trek traktor

  19. Julian Prak says:

    Ik vind dat je de nieuwste motor in de tank moet doen want die heeft nog niet gelopen en kan waarschijnlijk langer mee en die is ook nog eens mooier

  20. Gijs Uijtdewilligen says:

    Misschien turbo(s) op een van de motoren?

  21. Bastognekoeken zijn lekker says:

    Ik zie een Volvo of Ford met een dikke motor aankomen!!

  22. Jan de Vries says:

    Wat is het verhaal achter de motoren, ik wil het graag weten. En waar ga je ze voor gebruiken.

  23. poketrainer 123 says:

    Waar is de buggy gebleven

  24. Robin Heikamp says:

    Nieuwe motor voor de Volvo en bomenwagen?

  25. jeepke2062 says:

    Yoh Ik dacht eerst je komt met de koepel aan sjouwen als 'pakketje'

  26. Bram Ansems says:

    Dat is onverwacht 3 tank motors

  27. Gijs van den Boom says:

    Wat gaan jullie doen met die motors

  28. Ric k says:

    Je moet een trekkertrek treket bouen met 2 v2 dat is het dan win je altijd

  29. Jurre K says:

    Wanneer gaan jullie ze testen

  30. Mika Van Kol says:

    Man bouwt gemotorieerde skelter met 38,8 liter v12

  31. Jelle de Kort says:

    Bouw de 3 motoren aan elkaar en creëer een V36! 😝😂

  32. Jack says:

    Honestly tho.. I don't think those 3 engines will work with the engine on the type 69 tank. even v55 and the chinese clone 12150L engine (the one used in type 59) are identical the type 69 uses 12150L-7 engine which is slightly different than a v55 with slight higher horsepower at 580 compare to 500~520

  33. Sven Groot roessink says:

    Ik zie een traktorpuller aankomen

  34. Brambo says:

    Zet zo een motor op een skelter.

  35. Olli Vuorilehto says:

    Use that new engine!

  36. Auke Levi says:

    Mooi met de heftrut

  37. trekkertrek trekker says:

    Ze gaan mee doen met tractorpulling😂 2 motors erop en meedoen in de vrije klasse💪💪

  38. Hans Blesgraaf says:

    Hans Blesgraaf
    nu je toch motoren over hebt kun je er een op je skelter zetten, echter maak ook een aanhanger voor de brandstof
    ik denk dat ze wel wat lusten.

  39. Bas Veroude says:

    NIEUW PROJECT: tank motor on een auto leggen.
    like zodat ze dit zien

  40. EZLOL sorry excuzemoi says:

    Jullie worden met de dag beter…leuk om te zien…eendags projeckt? Skelter met Tank motor……

  41. DUKE NUKEM says:


  42. Daniel Jong De says:

    Hee milo en dirk ik zou zoon mooie nieuwe motor in de tank hangen dan heb je 12 werkende cilinders 👍🏻👍🏻

  43. lexeindhoven says:

    Misschien werken deze wel op vol vermogen op alle cilinders

  44. MrCrystalcranium says:

    I have read most of the comments here looking for an explanation as to what is going on. I live in the US and I'm completely in the dark. The comments say just about everything from "they got the engines for spare parts" to "Milo rebuilt the first engine just to try and get it to run…he always intended to get another running and reliable engine.". I hope the latter is true! Can someone in the MasterMilo crew please clarify this for us poor non-dutch speakers?

  45. Ron Kruup says:

    Ik zie een V12 upgrade voor de heftrut aankomen

  46. don says:

    eendags project maak un dolie' altijd handig om iets weg te slepen

  47. Pim van Dongen says:

    gewoon alle 4 de motoren tegelijk starten bij Klaver voor de deur 😉

  48. Marijn Staatsen says:

    Als je een monstertruck gaat bouwen kan daar mooi een van die motoren in

  49. minopino3 says:

    Nou heb je 4 motoren! Ga je er nu ook 3 tanks bij kopen? Of ben je bang dat je het seizoen niet haalt met 3 motoren? Want bij de 4e motor krijg je 5 plaatsen gridstraf. 🙄

  50. Mick Rose says:

    Will you be going to Volvo 600 @ Bruntingthorpe this yr as your a Volvo driver lol

  51. Brommobiel Vakantie says:

    Nu gelijk in de tank bouwen…. Zit er mooier uit dan de ongeverfde tankmotor 😋

  52. MrKansai1 teghe says:

    Pls tell why they picked 3 engines for the tank? They just repaired their own.

  53. Kristof Moens says:

    Ik denk aan tractor pulling!!! 😉😉😉

  54. kloze12 says:

    Eerst volgende bouw in één dag project : een bakfiets met V8 😁

  55. Barry Soetorro says:

    Where's the pickup truck? Finally gave up the ghost?

  56. Bob Watson says:

    Three spare engines!! You've definitely pushed the boat out there.

  57. Beat Gysi says:

    Hey, I think the "wrong" engine is from an AT-T artillery tractor or a pioneer vehicle from this family. The AT-T is like an upturned T-55 with a truck cabin, the engine sits lengthways under the cabin with the gearbox in front and intake from the rear. Keep it up, greetings from Switzerland !!

  58. tijlml says:

    turbos op die motoren en meedoen aan de traktor pulling!

  59. Bas Philipsen says:

    Nu kunnen jullie een tank maken met een W 48 moter

  60. telescopereplicator says:

    Eerst zeg je dat de skelter iets te snel was, en nou heb je ineens drie van die grote motoren….???   😉

  61. Shawn Carroll says:

    Are those engines all for the tank

  62. 1inspect0r1 says:

    Проверьте впускной коллектор, там возможно белка живет 😀

  63. Gino en Lisa says:

    Is die Volvo een vervanger van de Toyota door dat de 4×4 het niet deed like voor als jullie ook met die vraag zitten

  64. John Heijnen says:

    Dikke Volvo Junguh!

  65. johanoostland says:

    Zet die nieuwe motor in de tank weet je zeker dat goed is

  66. THE STARWARS Order says:

    Milo heb je ook al tank mechanic simulator die is pas uitgekomen en past hier wel goed bij

  67. Wilbert Van Der Linden says:

    Niet voor niets the master…the motor wil be with you

  68. Thijn Broekman says:

    Zet een motor in de boomwagen

  69. Bjarnuhh says:

    ben ik de enige die denkt: ''inlaat en uitlaat aan de zelfde kant, das gewoon gemaakt voor een turbo''. Dus wanneer zien wij de twin turbo 40liter diesel?

  70. Jacco Hendrikx says:

    Hebben jullie zelf al eens in een tank gereden? Ik kan rijlessen regelen in een T-55

  71. J H N Versluis says:

    Wist niet dat van Arendonk ook aanhangers verhuurd😂

  72. J H N Versluis says:

    Ff ombouwen naar methanol, dan kun je echt een snelle tank maken.

  73. Simon Bergman says:

    Nou… Vier motoren tegelijk starten – test

  74. Lieuwe Ouwehand says:

    Hoe zit het met jullie eerdere skelter met motor die jullie hebben gemaakt hebben jullie daar ook idee door gekregen

  75. Dennis says:

    Misschien maar een skelter bouwen met een dikke tank V12

  76. perfecto1986 says:

    Volgende project. Tankmotor in een golf ?

  77. Eric K says:

    Alles over tankmotoren :

  78. Bobbie beer says:

    Het moment dat je voor studie in het verre Canada zit en je hobby (sleutelen) mist.. en dan toch lekker mastermilo kan kijken 😀 Ga zo door!

  79. NICK NAME says:

    Ik hoor de boomstammen wagen krijgt een nieuwe motor

  80. Karan Walidin says:

    Dus eerste stoer praten en ik ga de moter maken en dan koop je er drie

  81. Denbosch 073 says:

    Misschien een t-34 blok

  82. Sebas 0347 says:

    Hoeveel motoren wil je?…

    Mylo: Ja

  83. Gert-Jan Derene says:

    Hoi Milo en Dirk, waarom niet het flensje voor de versnellingsbak namaken en hardsolderen met zilver op de bus, staal op brons of een ander metaal gaat prima als jr maar flux gebruikt. een hardsoldeer verbinding is supersterk en handig als je twee verschillende metalen aan elkaar wilt verbinden. tevens is het een mooie techniek om eens te laten zien in de vlog. like zodat ze dit zien.

  84. Lorenzo Mendes says:

    Wat zit er onder het zeil? :geld!!!!, Oh laat maar het is een moter…

  85. Richard1098 says:

    ga je die ook op een skelter zetten? hahaha

  86. Dropkicker27 says:

    Ik heb denk ik wel een leuk project wat in 1 dag gebouwd kan worden: een Tesla pulsejet skelter/fiets!

  87. hodekkers says:

    Als een dags project zag op internet een cola blikjes pers langs komen kan mooi met de motor van de rupschakel machine, nu houtklover kun je een Multi uitwisselbaar systeem er van maken en een houtklover had je toch al

  88. G POWER DRAGON says:

    Ja zo eentje wil ik wel in mijn Mitsubishi Space Star mohaaaa

  89. larsboy 207 says:

    Tractorpuller van maken

  90. Jo No says:

    bouw zoon motor in die dikke Volvo

  91. sjoerd boersma says:

    Hoj in Dronten zit eenbedrijf dat led verlichting maakt

  92. pyro unlimited says:

    Misschjien een idee na de v8 blender van Top gear jaren geleden een v12 blender voor je vrouw Emiel.

  93. timmy tijd says:

    v12 skelter

  94. timmy tijd says:

    v12 skelter v12 ford/volvo v12 heftruck

  95. CyberUSSR says:

    Now you have to make 3 new tanks 🙂

  96. Classical Cybernaut says:

    Why did they bought those engines?

  97. MrCrystalcranium says:

    So sorry I ranted about this video.  I have often been told the shop blog vids were subtitled within a few days but I always looked at the blog site for them.  I had no idea they lived here.  I can't believe one of the engines is new!!!  That's fantastic.  What a terrific find.

  98. douro20 says:

    The community needs to catch up…

  99. douro20 says:

    I wonder how the NORINCO engine compares to the original Transmash. They have several Transmash V-55s now.

  100. mr ed says:

    Hoest nou met de koepel

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