Heavy Load

Robot Mode Vehicle Mode Packaging Motto: "Megatron's plans will crumble like sand."


When Heavy Load bellows, "Let's haul, Autobots!" he means HAUL! He's the most powerful of the construction Autobots and has an incredibly thick armor, making him a terrifying sight for any Decepticon unlucky enough to get in his path. He is a martial arts master and moves with graceful strength despite his bulky size.
Toy Condition: Loose, Complete, Mint Condition, With full card (bubble removed)
Instructions: Currently Unavailable
Tech Spec Image: From My Collection
Toy Review:
Color Scheme:
About 80% yellow, with some gray parts, mostly the connectors and upper limbs. His wheels/tires are black, and he has some black, gray, blue, and red painted accents. His robot face has red "shades" on.
Robot Mode:
Pretty stocky build, with large upper arms and lower legs, and thin thighs and forearms. He's got big Crusty the Clown style floppy feet (or toes, I guess) and a wonderfully funny smirk on his face. His only weapon or accessory is his dump truck err... hopper, I guess. It comes off and can be held in either hand, either upside down or right side up depending on which peg you have him hold.
Vehicle Mode:
An oversized dump truck. I'm pretty sure he's supposed to be one of those huge ore trucks that are bigger than a 3 story building. Anyway, he looks pretty good to me. His wheels might be a little small for such a dump truck, and his ground clearance is much too low, but I can forgive those shortcomings for a clever transformation and a decent looking robot mode.
Simple but effective. His legs extend a bit (even more for his component mode to LandFill), his arms fold out from his sides and then forward at his shoulders, then his head comes up from his vehicle mode cab.
His dump truck hopper can be wielded as a weapon, and kind of as a shield because it's so big. The gimmick is that it opens and shuts like a big pair of jaws. Kind of silly, and I wish they were spring loaded or something for better playability. The other problem is that his arms are a little too weak to hold the thing in any position that doesn't let it rest on the ground.
Blocky robot mode and weak arms, but nice looking vehicle mode and a great smile on his face. :)

Visitor Reviews

Added by: TransFan on December 04, 2003
Rated it:
Comments: I think it as great as "Hightower" I liked it .

Added by: james aka legend on December 27, 2002
Rated it:
Comments: a little lame not to impressive

Added by: Johann on September 28, 2002
Rated it:
Comments: His feet are huge, need I say more.

Added by: Zoogstin on June 30, 2002
Rated it:
Comments: He's cool and all, but transforming him is easy, and he has the same layout as Hightower.

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