Buddys 06 2500HD with bully dog, intake, Exhaust... 4" lift with 36" ATs and his Dump trailer
Hauled in some wood, burned it all having a party, and now its time to take it home.
Its my buddies trailer, so he is the one that pulled it out
This truck runs 38" MTs in the summer
Powerstroke pulling +11,000lbs trailer in snow
7.3L Powerstroke pulling +11,000lbs trailer in snow
Ford has K&N intake, 6 speed and strait piped!
Riding in spring time (march 19, 2011) snow was worthless around there but
got better the higher we went.
I know nothing about the dodge cause...well i dont care that much about
The dodges snow shuttle weighs around 6 or 7 thousand pounds i believe.
Chevy Duramax Pulling Power
Chevy Duramax pulling a 80+ foot tree that is over 3 foot at the stump and
yes it could have been 15 seconds but bald tires you know how that is.
Big Hoss Duramax
An '05 Duramax gets the Sidewinder All-Terrain treatment, featuring a Big
Hoss Bundle. This originally aired in February 2005, so some products shown
may be old—for example the PowerPDA has now been upgraded to the Banks
Regarding Gale's statement at 1:29, let us just say this to those who were
offended: We're sorry you were offended. For the record, nobody was saying
that everyone in the Middle East hates America and wants to kill us. But
just like in our country where you have mostly good Americans with a few
bad ones mixed in, in the Middle East you have mostly good people with a
few bad ones mixed in. And those few bad ones just happened to kill a lot
of us back in 2001. So while Gale's statement might not have been
politically correct, all he was doing was acknowledging a fact (there are
people who want to kill us) and that he preferred to spend money with his
GIANT 2010 CHEVROLET DURAMAX 2500HD 4X4 on 46's PULLS STUCK MUD TRUCK!!
2010 Chevrolet 2500HD LTZ Crew Cab Z71 4x4 Duramax diesel with 14" of lift
and 46" Mickey Thompson Baja Claw tires on 20" wheels. Attempts to pull out
a stuck Chevy with a dinky strap someone had. It kept breaking, so they
didn't want to risk damaging that nice truck, so Joey pulled him out with
Keith's big Chevy.
Silverado on tractor tire detials - 5.7L Vortec with headers. 6.72 gears in
the front and rear ends. 241 transfer case that also runs into a divorced
205 before heading to the axles.
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