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The Crusher is built out of 12 special blocks made from a Steel Block, Pistons, and Diamonds. If broken down, it takes 3 Blocks of Steel, 12 Pistons, and 12 Diamonds to build one Rock Crusher. Rock Crushers cannot be built adjacent to each other -- there must be at least one tile in between Rock Crushers.

The Crusher can be loaded and unloaded via Loaders, Buildcraft pipes, or Applied Energistics Export & Import Buses. The entire 2x3x2 structure is treated as a single block, similar to a large chest. It will accept input from the top and will output from any remaining side.

If you have Buildcraft 3.x installed, the Rock Crusher will need to be powered via Buildcraft Pneumatic Power. It will draw 15 MJ of power while processing materials. It can also take RF after its been updated.

The list of materials that can be processed includes just about any vanilla blocks made from stone or brick. Additionally, you can process Bones and Blaze Rods, also many of the materials have a small chance of creating bonus material but one of the most important products it can produce is Obsidian Dust. Obsidian Dust has a 25% chance of being produced when processing Obsidian in addition to producing Crushed Obsidian. Crushed Obsidian can be further processed directly into Obsidian Dust if you desire, but it also makes an excellent ballast material.

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A rock crusher attached to a conveyor belt was used by the Thuggee as part of their diamond mine operation beneath Pankot Palace. A fight broke out around the device between thecult's Chief Guard and Indiana Jones in 1935, but the confrontation ended when the unfortunateguard accidentally got his sash caught in the rock crusher. Despite Jones's attempt to save him, the guard was pulled to a grisly death, which left his bloody remains on the crusher's wheel.

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An M-22 "Rock Crusher" is a Muncie four-speed transmission for cars made by General Motors in the 1960s. Identify a transmission type correctly before fitting it into your car. If you have the incorrect transmission, your car may not function properly. You can identify several unique signs that identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher," even if it does not have a GM hallmark imprinted on its surface.

An M-22 "Rock Crusher" is a Muncie four-speed transmission for cars made by General Motors in the 1960s. Identify a transmission type correctly before fitting it into your car. If you have the incorrect transmission, your car may not function properly. You can identify several unique signs that identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher," even if it does not have a GM hallmark imprinted on its surface.

Check the casting number, the production year and the gear ratios on the aluminum serial number plate attached to the transmission box. Every GM Rock Crusher has a casting number with which you can easily identify a transmission box.

Count the input shaft teeth to find out the make of the transmission. Input shafts differ in each GM transmission, so you can easily identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher by its input shaft count. Each transmission has different numbers of teeth. An M-22 "Rock Crusher" always has 26 teeth.

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