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Deuce and a half pulling a tractor trailer

This truck got stuck & it seemed like a good time to see if the old girl could pull.


 


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Crushing another car with the Deuce
Some of my other Deuce videos: http://youtu.be/Up9ibHeFKwI http://youtu.be/b3vs7WCtRWE http://youtu.be/LeOp8lPRcHs http://youtu.be/D4GXZwlEUSY http://youtu.be/xbnzrUji3ic http://youtu.be/ibZYu9_HRrM http://youtu.be/ZfRHpWz1fcg http://youtu.be/XfevUvm96Cg 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.





Jake's deuce 2
More fun at Raush Creek





D-4 Caterpillar Stuck In The Mud
A D-4 bulldozer is stuck with two M35A2 Military trucks trying to pull it out.





Deuce and Half meets 22 inches of Snow
We got somewhere in the neighborhood of 22 inches this past weekend (the "Snowpocalypse" according to the media) which effectively immobilized all of the vehicles on my street... except for my Deuce. The snow plows don't usually come down my road until well after the storms so I decided to take maters into my own hands. Using the 18,000lbs of the truck I compacted the snow to a much more manageable 2 inches so that other cars and trucks could drive again. Throughout the course of the day John and I also helped pull/push/winch a car to safety and helped a lady in another part of the neighborhood get to work. We also had a lot of fun in the process. If you would like to see more about my truck, check out my related videos or my website at http://www.sudoseth.com/blog





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