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Old 02-29-2012, 05:19 PM
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F-250 Pulls Cummins 2500

Found this on the tube today after doing a search!

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what a bunch of idiots. Tug a war is dumb in the first place and if they didn't realize the dodge was in water.
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Old 02-29-2012, 05:33 PM
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I really enjoyed how calm the older guy in the Ford was...The guy in the dodge couldn't have screwed things up any worse (wait till they are hooked up to select 4 wheel and then position your self over a puddle) = Idiot
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The water nullifies the test. In addition this is really a test of the traction control in both vehicles as well as the tires. If the Dodge was more powerful than the Ford but it's tires break loose each time, the Ford will drag it backwards.

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The water nullifies the test. In addition this is really a test of the traction control in both vehicles as well as the tires. If the Dodge was more powerful than the Ford but it's tires breal loose each time, the Ford will drag it backwards.
It looks like from the video they are both running the same Michelins.
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:43 AM
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The Dodge looked like he was in the water. That's excuse #1. The Scorpion 6.7 is a hell of an engine and the Ford engineers get the power out of the engine to the pavement quickly. I like my Cummins much better than my 6.4L and it tows much better. However, the power is so quick on Ford's 6.7 that it has the Cummins rolling backwards and Cummins will just spin the tires.
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No plates on either one?
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ever see one of those ball hitches let go? like a bullet....dumb asses
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Dumb asses. I just wasted 1:40 of my time.
I should invoice them for my time
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