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LIU Space Dozer
Keep your space routes clear of asteroids and other space debris with this futuristic bulldozer...
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LIU Space Dozer - Trade Route Maintenance


Your economic prowess can be seriously challenged if you can't maintain your space routes, but the millions of random asteroids floating around don't seem to care. How can you combat such a threat? Use the Ludgonian Industrial Union's new product, the Space Dozer.



Before this product, everyone was content to blast these obstacles out of the way, but that's not the answer. Blasted asteroids just become smaller asteroids. These can still damage most ships and worst of all, they can join back together. So don't blast them, move them.







Use the Space Dozer's reinforced bucket to collect and move the obstacles from your routes. You can push them a safe distance away, or you could push it on board a freighter to be mined. You decide...







The Space Dozer sports small, poorly detailed thrusters, but they get the job done. While far from fast, the Space Dozer is very powerful.








A side view. Note the warning lights, stripes, and this uninteresting photo. Do it! Note it now!







Buy a fleet of these and position them at various points along your routes. Everyday they can scout the paths and keep them clean. Its one hell of a boring job, but it sure is important.







The cockpit was designed to be extra pleasant to counter the effects of these boring days. Note the double-wide chair and the personal phone. Its a life of luxury...if you like those kind of things.







Look Mom, I finally found one! Yeah!!!






Note: If massive asteroids appear in your routes, you might want to try that blasting technique first. Then scoop up the remains.




Comments

 I like it 
  August 11, 2013
A nice ship!
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  February 16, 2011
original concept! but, it seems to me pinces would have suited this task best, but, it looks quite good, nice work!
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  July 15, 2009
good
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  December 14, 2007
awsome! next you should consider building a space excavator to clean up the roads with so much damage that it is imposible to bring in the dozer. if you need a photo, please veiw some of my excavators. they will surly spark an idea.
Ludgonious .
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Paul Beach
  December 13, 2007
You must really appreciate the fact that utility vehicles need their fair share of spotlight too because I DO!
 I like it 
  December 13, 2007
Cool! Yellow for a change! We'll take 100!
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  December 12, 2007
I'm glad you decided to make a space dozer. Now our fleets do not have to drop out of hyperspace just to clear a few debris paths. Nice work.
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  December 12, 2007
Cool. Thanks for the review. There should be new products coming soon, so check back regularly.
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  December 11, 2007
haha nice stats counter on the homepage XD Looks a lot like mine. But then I suppose everyone will have one shortly. Anyway Great MOC! -Bob
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  December 11, 2007
Nice! the LIU is certanly pumping out products! great job on this one
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  December 11, 2007
Sorry about the "declaring war" stuff. that was not me. my little brother got my password. i am formally requesting alliance. plz respond on my alliance requests page. I like this moc tho! good job!
 
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