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
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
Pulling a Trailer with Locked Brakes into Burger King
At the Burger King in Saddle Brook, NJ, Wednesday Nov. 11th 2007. After
pulling the truck across the entire width of Market Street, the driver
wedged the tractor against a curb and somehow also locked the trailer's
brakes... leaving him stranded and traffic stopped in both directions.
1972 AMGEN US Army 6x6 M35A2C Cargo Truck - SOLD
VIN = 054013508
29,431 miles on White 6 Cylinder Diesel Engine
5 Speed Manual
Very good shape
Tires are in great shape, good tread
Fully steet legal, would make the ultimate off-road or RAMBO truck. Tons of
usage, and plenty of life left!
Everything works, ready for work TODAY!
This truck is in excellent condition, and is a solid dump truck with many
years of work left to do. Buy with confidence from Sperloen Trucks and
Fabrication as our experience, professionalism and dedication make us a
local leader in truck repair, fabrication refurbishing and reselling.
Call Dana Sperloen @ 608-332-3374
Please note: The tires on the truck in this video are long-gone. I put 46"
Michelin XLs on it back in 2008. This video shows the first time I took her
off the pavement!
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!!!!