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OKLAHOMA – It is likely the largest object ever hauled through Oklahoma.

It is so large, some northern Oklahoma streets are shutting down to make room for the 17-story demethanizer tower that is used for making propane.

The total set up is 427 feet long and weighs about 1.2 million pounds.

According to Stillwater News Press, crews originally estimated the trip would take about two weeks, but progress has been slower than expected.

The load requires two semis to pull and two semis to push it.

The move began last Saturday near Broken Arrow and was originally expected to arrive in Colorado by November 1st.

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