m35 deuce bumper pull
the red truck is a f350 power stroke and my m35 on a concrete pad. i
weighed in a little over 6 ton. the ford was almost the same with all the
people in his truck plus tractor weights and a half ton wrecking ball. my 6
wheel drive kicked out when he started to pull me backwards. i feathered
the fuel trying to get it to lock back up, and i did!!!!
Crushing another car with the Deuce
Some of my other Deuce videos:
In this video, I crush another Ford Taurus with the deuce. The objective
was to jam all of the doors shut and push the dash down on the dummy's
legs. This provides the fire department with good Jaws training. After
the car was cut apart with the Jaws, I set off the airbag to reinforce the
need for the steering wheel cover. The force of the airbag explosion
decapitated our training dummy.
The car had a blown engine and was donated to our fire department by a
local towing company. I crush 1 or 2 cars in this manner every year; its a
bit of good clean fun for the firefighters, and sets the car up for some
good jaws training.
Edit: I'm actually surprised by the number of "down" votes this video has
received! I'm up for a bit of constructive criticism; if you are a "thumbs
down" voter, why don't you like it?
Is it because you feel like I'm somehow mistreating the Deuce? If so, I
received this truck missing MANY parts, including the bed, lots of chassis
wiring, and more. I have modified the truck for off road use, rock
crawling, etc. It has aftermarket wheels and tires from an MRAP, full
hydraulic steering, detroit lockers in the axles, a custom flatbed, LED
lighting, water/methanol injection, etc. I'm an experienced off roader and
vehicle builder; I'm used to breaking parts in the use of my vehicles, and
enjoy the challenge of repairing and upgrading to prevent future failures.
Crushing a car is, quite frankly, far less strain on the deuce than the
other off roading trips I have subjected it to.
Is it because we are crushing what looks to be a fairly straight car? That
was an older Ford Taurus with high miles, a blown engine, and water damaged
interior. It had little value other than scrap. The owner of the vehicle
intended to scrap it out, so he donated it to the fire department so that
we could use it for Jaws training. Training with the jaws of life is more
effective if we simulate a real crash; having the training dummy pinned in
the front seat by the steering wheel and roof is more effective than a
"straight" car is. The doors wedged shut is also a common obstacle that
must be dealt with on accident scenes. I manage to create those scenarios
using the deuce.
Is it because a bunch of firefighters are haphazardly bashing up a car?
Well, we do things like this because the guys like to do it. It is one of
the "fun" things that I do to help retain existing volunteers and bring new
ones in. The firefighters in this video are all unpaid
volunteers...including the chief. Some of us put in a good number of hours
every week to keep the department operating properly. Every person in this
video has put his own life at risk at some point in an effort to help a
complete stranger. They are a great group of guys, and the community and
the people who pass through the community are lucky to have them.
Steel Soldiers - Florida 2010 Summer Rally - Clip 5
Clip 5 - Steel Soldiers Summer Rally 2010 - Richloam WMA, Florida.
A Deuce Convoy...
An M35A2 tries to tackle an extremely deep water hole with a clay bottom.
Comments are disabled. Too many people with nothing better to do than
Dan Perkins Mega Mud 2014
One of Michigan's premiere mud bogs with an ever growing mega mud class
turns out to be the best mud event this year.
1968 AM General 2 1/2 6x6 Ton Multifuel Truck Resurecting The Toyota
Hey guys, apparently people are having a hard time telling that i was being
sarcastic when i said, "I don't think you should be taking this thing off
road, This is NOT an off road vehicle" I'm not exactly sure how people
can't tell that that is an obvious joke about a 6x6 diesel truck with
military tires. I mean, jesus, its even camo! Why would something be
camo, unless it was going to be driven in woods, and have to blend in with
trees and all... hahah, i don't know guys... i know i said it
serious-sounding sort of, but come on now. So anyway, back to the video
description: The Toyota has been back in the woods since i had to clean
up the field. So Drew borrowed this beast of a truck so we could get it
out of the woods. These Tires on the duce really don't do well i the
mud. luckily once it digs down, it gets enough traction :) so we plan on
getting the toyota going again soon. with any luck :) (update: the
woods had flooded bad, about a year before this video was shot, and the
toyota was underwater to about 3/4 or so up the seats... so the engine
filled with water, and is completely siezed. Its the 20R out of a 79 i
had. I plan on finding a 22R for it if i can.)
6x6 Army Truck At Oakville Mud Bog
Footage from the 2013 Easter Mud Bog At Oakville Mud Bog
Located in Milan, Michigan
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