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Old 12-16-2012, 12:06 PM
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this video is hilarious.

http://youtu.be/k7OegetyaRI
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Way too many variables to make that "test' meaningful......
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Probably 2 kids playing with their Dads' trucks to impress some other kids.
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I wasn't saying the video has any value to a Chevy versus dodge ordeal, just crazy how he didn't stop lol
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Reminded me of another thread.

Wonder how the Cummins would have managed against this sleeper?

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And they drive among us.....
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Dodge driver would have carried an ass kicking.
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I saw that video the other day and back in my younger days, we would hook trucks up. That Dodge driver took it too far and he would have had his ass whipped, tires slashed, gas/sand/piss in the diesel tank, and probably some other things.

Once the wheels break traction and move more than 10' or so, it is over. BTW, there are way to many variables to make this some sort of real test. As I look back, it is just stupid.
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Just rednecks being rednecks It usually ends with a little whoop ass anyway.
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That Chevy guy is going to need a new set of tires.
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Originally Posted by Hunky Dory View Post
Just rednecks being rednecks It usually ends with a little whoop ass anyway.
Looked like the Chevy owner fell short there as well, probably a douche anyway.
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We always talked about doing that, "let's hook em up!".......agree with the a whooping for that Dodge driver.
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Hell the Dodge Hemi could do that to a Chevy or a Ford.
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Before they started I think I heard the Dodge driver say,
"Here, hold my beer and watch this!"




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this needs to be moved to the truck section mods!
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Kinda like the Tundra pulling the Shuttle. The commercial never showed how far it pulled it, if at all. And if it did, that truck was TOAST!!
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Originally Posted by snapperkid View Post
Hell the Dodge Hemi could do that to a Chevy or a Ford.
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Didn't look like the kid in the Chevy ever hit the throttle, looked more like he just held his foot on the brake.
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I'm a Cummins guy, but that Chevy was a gasser.

I could have done the same to the Dodge with my Kenworth 750 hp Caterpillar. and 26,000 lbs emty weight.
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That was great, oh to be a kid .................
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