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LIU Bi-Pedal Tool Platform
Enhance your farmers, mechanics, and maintenance workers and buy some today!
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LIU Bi-Pedal Tool Platform


The Ludgonian Industrial Union (still waiting for brick orders to complete its larger products) presents a small but reliable product, the Bi-Pedal Tool Platform (BTP). Enhance your farmers, mechanics, and maintenance workers and buy some today!



Telescopic legs, tool clips, and a sturdy base allow the BTP to enhance your worker's productivity.







This BTP is being put to use by a LIU Super-Farm Orchard Picker. Note the helmet. Its not included with the model. The Orchard Pickers just like them because they protect their heads from falling fruit and keep the suns' rays off of their necks.






Tool clips allow your men to keep their tools nearby, saving time and, of course, money.








The Orchard Pickers, utilizing their handy BTP's, make quick work of one of the Super-Farm's fruit forests. The height gained by extending the telescopic legs allow them to reach higher in the trees. Axes, knives, and rakes, which can be held in the tool clips, give the Pickers that added reach.




A barrel full of fruit in no time....








Yep....








Note: Yes, this is our worst creation. Yes, it took longer to make the forest than the BTP's. Yes, the LIU is ashamed. Why did we post it then? It was a good excuse not to clean up all the blue legos covering our workspace. Now order some!





Comments

 I like it 
  February 9, 2011
original!
Ludgonious .
 I like it 
patrick hafer
  June 30, 2008
l like it! vary nice!(will you please remove my previous coment as well as the one on the net master 200? thanks)
  April 9, 2008
"They're techno-trousers!"
Ludgonious .
 I like it 
patrick hafer
  November 30, 2007
nice cropping unit that would be a great fruit picker today. and by the way your brutal displays with the net master 2000 has forsed me to deny your ally requests because you hook them in the BACK and saw of their fins and jaws and you throw them in the water and in the proses they are all ALIVE WHEN YOU DO IT. how would you like to be a shark getting caught by one of thoes. think about it. think about it real hard.
 I like it 
  October 21, 2007
the Confederacy would gladly distribute these throughout their market. But one question-do they come in white (confederacy standards)
  October 14, 2007
strange thin! see my lego cretions! please leave a review!
 I like it 
  October 11, 2007
Oh! Well, this is just.... Conventinal! The idea itself is just simply amazing! Who wouldv'e thought of this? LIU, Stumbling onto your edited letter, we would like to have an alliance. We will provide econimcal resources for you, if you will, we will still be purchasing items from the LIU. High Faron Command.
 I like it 
  October 11, 2007
It is good, a nice machine with minimum bricks. Also, I wish to make an alliance with you and your Empire. And also, which company is delivering your 'bricks' for the Sacred Light
 I like it 
  October 10, 2007
Nice. The BHDC will take 20!
 I like it 
  October 9, 2007
Cool suit, I really like your other creations. This is strange, but are you dean ludgate?
 I like it 
  October 9, 2007
Nice little tool uniform. I like the industrial truser look a lot. Nice work.
 
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