Looks like a shock for an Anunnaki pick-up truck.
I'm sure there's a good reason why they couldn't transport it in pieces and assemble it on site. It's not every day you see something like that
rolling down the street.
Raleigh, N.C. — What weighs 150 tons, is more than 125 feet long and sits on the side of Interstate 540 near U.S. Highway 64 in Raleigh?
Slideshow chemical reactor vessel Photos of the chemical reactor vessel
The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says the rocket-shaped thing, which created a lot of buzz among drivers Tuesday, is a stainless steel pressurized chemical reactor vessel that was being transported from Winterville on Monday when some of the tires on the truck carrying it were flattened.
Jon Yuhas, risk manager for Winterville-based The Roberts Company, said the empty vessel is en route to a chemical plant under construction in Tennessee, but he could not comment on where because of proprietary restrictions.
The Highway Patrol, which is escorting the truck through North Carolina, says the company has a permit to transport the vessel.
The truck's expected to be back on the road by Wednesday.
Originally posted by mileslong54
reply to post by TrueBrit
Ummm.. maybe the fact that there is a 30 yard gap between the the truck hauling the the front of it and the truck hauling the back of it but your right just like hauling a boat no danger here. Changing lanes has got to be safe hauling that thing.