All-Right Hauling & Trans
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I'm not familiar with those tires on the strip but try to hold the brake to the floor and very slowly and slightly ramp up the rpm's. most of the time the guy/kid running the tree will start the lights WAY before you're ready but no rush, time doesn't start till you cross the beams. You will have a fun time trying different methods. A lot of guys are gonna tell you ways to do it but most of them launch in 4 wheel drive so the way they/me do it will not always work for you. Sorry for the mindless post lol
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2004 Ford F-350 XLT Dually: crew cab, 8' box, Sinister Mfg. EGR delete, NUC/Amsoil by-pass oil filter, DC Power 185 w/ FICM Repair's full wiring kit, Diamond Eye exhaust, Techni-Cooler, SCT/Gearheads tuning, Edge Insight CTS w/ EAS EGT & FP, Tekonsha Prodigy P3, Line-X and B&W turnover gooseneck.