Two Dumbasses Pulling A Nissan 720 With A Cummins At Pismo Beach
To answer some questions: 720 has a blown transfer case and a blown right
front tire. The tire on both trucks were down to 10 psi and u kinda have yo
get moving in order to pull someone through sand, ecspecialy up hill in
sand. The nissan was just about dead weight. We were stuck in a bowl so the
only way out was up hill. As for the planet, no polar bears were hurt
during the making of this video. That cummins is better for the enviroment
then your pritty little Prius. Do some research befor you speek. And yes,
to answer the question about the cameraman.
Stuck Ford Super Duty
It rained really hard, so a bunch of people (including me) went out to play
with their 4X4's. This guy thought he could make it through this mud hole,
and his buddies thought they could pull him out with a 2wd van, in reverse.
They also thought a waterski rope would be strong enough to pull him out.
And that the best way to pull him was up a 3 or 4 foot drop.
Finally a guy with a good tow strap, front and rear lockers and a good
heavy truck pulled in and saved the day.
And as you'll see at the end of the video, the driver forgot to lock the
hubs on the stuck truck. What a difference 4X4 makes, when the front wheels
are actually working haha.
All in all, I had fun watching, and they got out fine. A fun and
interesting rainy Sunday.
Pismo Beach Sand Dunes Offroading Part 1
Driving our custom baja truck Toyota 4x4 Tacoma off road at the Pismo
Beach, California Sand Dunes.
Includes a great truck jump off the dunes towards the end, some off road
driving and beach driving, baja driving, and a scenic cruise through SLO
San Luis Obispo as well as Oceano and Pismo Beach.
Music provided by Bears! Bears! Bears! through www.ABSTRACTmall.com song
title "I Guess Were Both Lonely"