King of the Hill Test 2011 - Testing The Three Most Powerful
We're living a time of economic recession, in a country with the most
stringent diesel emissions standards in the world, and we're enduring the
highest diesel fuel prices ever seen. So how on earth have Ford, GMC, and
Ram come to market with the most powerful pickups in the history of the
8-foot bed? Simple. Americans want to get back to work, and we need super
trucks to get the job done.
Watch as we hitch three brand new dualies to 19,400-pound trailers, and
take them on a 2,000-mile road trip over the Rockies to test their pulling
power, fuel economy, and stamina in our legendary King Of The Hill test.
It's Cummins vs. Duramax vs. Power Stroke, in a shootout that redefines
diesel truck testing.
3/4 Ton Trucks in the Mud
Celebrating the 4th of July, we take a couple of heavy trucks in the mud.
The white Chevy is a 03 with 6.0L gas, 6" ProComp lift, and 35" BFG A/Ts.
The grey Ford is an 09 with the 5.4L gas, 2.5" ICON lift, and 35" MT/Rs.
Ford F250 vs Chevy 2500
For months now we have heard nothing about this ford owner saying he could
out pull his chevy well finally it went down and that ford got spanked to
death... That ford never had a chance against that BIG block 496