DODGE HEMI VS. SEMI
WE HAD AN ICE STORM IN OKLAHOMA. A SEMI GOT STUCK ON OUR LOADING DOCK AT
WORK. SO I PULLED HIM OUT, ON THE ICE, WITH MY HEMI!!!!!!!!
Cummins Diesel Dodge 5.9 Vs. GTO 5.7
Black Dodge Diesel beats red GTO. Banks, THESE ARE THE MODS ON TRUCK AT
TIME OF VIDEO!!!! , Smarty Fass 150, silverline duals turbo back, AFE intake, Dual fuel line cummins
black mason dixion
2010 6.7 cummins pulling a loaded shipping container
2010 6.7 cummins pull drag container smoke
The container has 20 or 30 railroad ties in it. Each one weighs 2-300lb.
Total weight was around ~15k..
Watch my other videos for more diesel power! Soon to have DIY specials,
how-to's, and some advanced welding!
Dodge Cummins to the rescue!!
A geo tracker attempts to go mudding and is instantly hung up. A 1994
Dodge Ram Cummins comes to the rescue and yanks it out with some serious
force. This is what Penn College Students that mud and know where this
spot is do for fun. The 4 wheeler is having some fun at the end. There was
a clip of my video of the Cummins pulling out the Geo on Jay Leno's
Internet success or failure 10/15/2010 and mine was the success!
1955 Kenworth 523 Bullnose
Here's a video I made for my buddy Mr David since he is selling the truck.
This is the final run in the backwoods of Louisiana before the truck gets
picked up. He still has a knack for the two sticks even after his recent
brain surgery a little over 5 months ago.
F-150 vs Dodge and Chevy Diesel's - "GEtStuK"
Above is an image of me loading my ski in the same spot just before the
Chevy went in, it was slippery I'll tell you what.
F150 pulls out stuck Chevy at New Hogan Lake. Chevy reversed into lake to
load jet ski. Personally I believe he was trying to get attention by
slamming into the lake, then was unable to pull back out of the water.
Dodge was a little worried about breaking something pulling and then I
offered to pull. I was watching as they were using ratchet straps to pull
him out, one after the other they broke. I had plenty of nylon recovery
straps, chains, shackles, etc which they ended up obviously needing so I
gave them those. They were nice guys, and we've all been there before so I
try to never decline help. Hope you all do the same.
The F150 is a 1/2 ton, the other two trucks are 3/4+ ton.