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Ural 4320 truck goes through river

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Ural 4320 truck goes through river


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The old Ural 4320 trucks, loaded with lumber, go off road through deep river. This is not filmed by me. I don't know the exact origin of this video. The location must be somewhere in Russia. Maybe Karachay-Cherkessia.

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tashititu : I think even engines are running by vodka. Lol
max Avadoon : сам на лесовозе работал и не в таких переделках бывали)))
MultiPissTank : Balls o steel!
Luiz Gustavo Giorgi : Spintires game
mikepodella : I am surprised the Ural 4320 made it across the river without breaking down. The 4320 is well-known as a garage queen always in for repairs and always breaking down. The most common Russian truck is also one of the most unreliable. The only reason the Soviet army used these was because they had mechanics always available and the parts are very simple. Simple to fix, but breakdown a lot.
erishops : This is what you do when your country can't afford to build a bridges.
V8 : "Where we're going, there are no bridges.."
Олег Селихов : By experience I know that Russian vehicles are made to operate in extreme arctic climate. Below -45 degree centigrade they don’t have many competitors. Okay, they don’t have a lot of electronic toys on the dashboard, but they work where nothing else will do.