Big Dodge pulling log out of woods - Cummins turbo
After being post for 4 years, it's time to add a few comments about this video:
Yes, the guy laughing in the video is me - the cameraman, editor, and poster of this video.
This goad was to get the pine log out of the woods without being cut up - so that it could be sawed into boards on a portable sawmill.
The truck belonged to @DUALLYSMOKE (made very first comment on this video) at the time - and is the only time I have met him. He happened to be there buying something I had advertised on Craigslist and overheard my cousin talking about how he couldn't get the log out with his tractor. He volunteered to do it, part for fun, and part to see if he could actually do it as he said.
Yes, I would fit in the category of a Redneck - but I'm good with that :-)
Quick ride in the Dodge on a rainy day from one job to a another towing the
Joshies Towing Service
Been working on my grandparents property, part of the estate, and this
trailer just had to go! So I used my 2002 Duramax to pull it out, and I am
willing to say even though i massivley overloaded the truck with the 50
foot trailer, i am damn impressed!
Tree vs Black Beast
My friend help me out to pull out the tree from my front yard with his 4X4
2 Cummins Pull Powersroke from the front
Mountain, WI 2003 Powerstroke with 6" lift on 35" tires burried to the
frame. pulled out by me and my brother 2002 cummins and 2006 cummins
Here is the video where we get him out
Dodge Ram pulling out stuck big rig - HD
just before we left i got the chance to get some video of this guy pulling
out a stuck rig. it was sandy, and the truck got stuck on a bush, and
without a trailer the shocks don't really move much in the back, so a
couple wheels came off the ground. luckily there were tons of 4X4's out
Mat's (blonde kid) channel:
Thanks to erik6928 for the sharp eye. I found the company's web site:
Off-Road Adventures TV truck (episode 6):
Gravelrama 2010 #6 Hill Climb
Gravelrama 40 was held August 25-30 this year in Cleves, Ohio outside of
Cincinnati. The East Coast 4 Wheel Drive Association event includes rock
crawling, bracket sand drag racing, class sand drag racing, uphill drag
racing, pea gravel hill climb, obstacle course, and even a parade through
town. The hill climb is a fan favorite and didn't disappoint this year
with well over two hundred runs.
Gen 1 12v Cummins Pulling a Tractor CJ Jeep Home
My buddy picking his Jeep up from storing at my house with his 412k mile
Dodge 2500 Diesel on 35s
The lift on the dodge is not an off the shelf kit. There are add a leafs
on all 4 corners to give it about a 3-4" lift. The truck sits on 35" tall
The jeep has a rear 3 point hyrdo system
Deliver a shed the easy way
Delivering a shed with my custom built trailer. It's easy to move sheds
solo with the right equipment. This truck and trailer combo was the result
of years of deliveries and experience. I moved sheds full time for over 12
years. This trailer was designed by me and built by Creekside Welding out
of Bedford PA. I've since quit the business but I miss those days. Note the
side leveling feature while unloading the shed onto the level pad from
unlevel ground. Also at the end when the truck is pulling forward you can
see that the trailer stays straight without following the trucks path. This
is due to a swinging tongue on the trailer that allowed me to drive and
steer the trailer independent of the trucks steering pattern. The trailer
had a full function remote control letting me stay safe distances away
while moving heavy buildings as well as watch from the rear as I unloaded
the sheds. Operating while in the cab of the truck was also a big benefit.
In my busiest year I was delivering close to 400 sheds per year. Many of
them also included site prep like this shed had. I delivered solo on at
least 95% of them. This shed was a 10x12. The largest I could move with
this trailer was 14x36. The heaviest was around 14,000 lbs. The trailer was
rated at 21,000 lbs and weighed in at 7,000 lbs empty.