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post #1 of 4 Old 03-11-2009, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Showed a Chevy owner which is the superior brand

Hey guys. Was at the dunes this weekend and saw a Chevy with the Dmax stuck halfway up comp hill. Went over to him and offered to pull him out. Him and his friends started saying ya but you better pull it downhill with your piece of junk powerstroke ull never make it. So i said nah i think ill be just fine going uphill. He dared me to get a running start cuz he was so sure i wouldnt make it. Thought about saying cya later you can stay stuck but I try to be a nice guy. So i started pulling him and dragged him all the way up the hill and it ended up yanking his bumper half way off. I got out and said "if you bought a ford, you wouldnt have gotten stuck and you'd still have your bumper." Boy was he embarrassed. He didn't say a word and just drove off. Some chevy owners are just too ****y for their own good. Thought you guys might enjoy this. I wish i would have gotten video but my girlfriend wasn't with me at the time and she had the camera. She did catch a video of me earlier that day going up that same hill he got stuck on tho. Here it is.
YouTube - F-250 going up comp hill at pismo

*Tried it in 2-wheel first but backed down and made it in 4x4. Broke a few coronas on that run (Notice the flying ice chest in the bed lol)

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I thought you were talking comp hill in Glamis, no way you could pull someone up that...

That little comp hill is called a dune in glamis

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Ya comp hill in pismo has really flattened out in the recent years. Also doesn't help that enviromentalists keep taking away more and more land for everyone to enjoy

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Thats Pismo's comp? I've seen kids build bigger sand castles than that.
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