Ford Cummins Towing 98,000 lb Rail Car
12 V Cummins in 01 Superduty Tows rail car. We had to move a car on our spur at work so what better than CUMMINS POWER!
Neighbour Pat trying to get his truck up our hill after the snowstorm
Pat lives in the house behind me and we've had snow all week here in Everett, WA, and then a blizzard last night with geezus maybe 8" more? Found it quite amusing to see even a huge 4WD truck unable to get up the hill due to a thick layer of ice under the last snowfall. He did finally make it right after I filmed this. I asked him if he wanted me to put cat litter at the top of the hill for traction and he said "No - I'm having fun!" :) Note: rude redneck comments will be removed. Man, some of you people have said some really nasty things. edit: sorry, truck-obsessed people - I've disabled comments on here after far too many rude, lewd and insulting comments. WTF is wrong with you people? Pat DID make it up and he was HAVING FUN he wasn't being serious about getting up the hill like oh dear god if he doesn't he just isn't a man. Pat's a great guy and probably a far better man that most of you rude little rednecks.
Powerstroke Vs. Cummins in snow
the first snow we get every year, always leads to driving around Watch: Powerstroke Vs. Cummins Hillclimbs. Much Better https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utIGc_sVYhc
Backing a Tridem Fifth Wheel down an Extremely Steep Grade
backing down about a 18% grade with a 16000 lbs Fifth Wheel. Little nerve racking when you have a lake right behind you. Not sure if you can hear the turbo in the video, but it was loud when it was spooled up