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post #1 of 4 Old 12-02-2010, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Whats going on guys? There is a 2003 cummins in my town, with a smarty and edge stacked chips whos out challenging everyone to a truck pull. He keeps challenging me to go against him so i finally agreed. I have a 95 F350 single cab dually with an edge chip, intake, and exhaust. I know im prob going to loose but is there anything i can do to put up a fight? and to note a 97 F350 7.3 crew cab SRW went against the same cummins with a granite slab and beat this guy and that 7.3 is completely stock.
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From what Ive seen the key is too not let the tires lose traction and spin. You 4wd? Is he?

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yup both going to be in 4wd
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it's all about the weight brother. heres my experience with this....... i put my 06 2500 cummins (afe filter, 4" turbo back exhaust with only a resonator, thats it) up against a 08 duramax, 97 1 ton ford steel flatbed with 200gal diesel tank (full) a 3' wide excavator bucket all on the bed, and a 1980 chevy 1 ton with a built 454 and 10" lift (bad a$$ truck) all in the same night and beat them all. i know the ford out weighed me but... my dodge is a crew cab with an 8' bed. guess the cummins is a good one. but here is where it gets interesting the next night i went up against a 1979 1 ton chevy old raged out 350 steel flatbed a bundle of slab wood and a plow waaaayyyy out front, that old raggedy truck yanked the sh$% out of me all these pulls where on dry pavement and we went 3 times against each truck the 79 won all 3 times. soooo.... load up the bed my friend and good luck!!!!!!! keep us posted oh almost forgot maybe let some air out of the tires? a couple of bigger guys up front may help

97 1 ton (real truck) and 06 2500 cummins ( it's a cummins thing, NOT A DODGE thing LMAO)
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