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Old 06-02-2013, 07:37 PM
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Hi guys new noob here...

Well today I took my powerstroke mudding and chained up for the first time! Me and my buddy hit a mud hole roughly 40ft long and 6 or 7in deep we both made it through easily! Then we chained up with muddy tires on grass and neither of us moved.... We just spun the whole time! My truck is a 2012 6.7L and his is a 2006 5.9 cummins! I have toyo open country mt mud tires he has regular a/t tires! Should I have pulled him with ease? He's giving me a hard time cuz I didn't.... Has to be cuz of muddy tires and grass?! Lol
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id try again on some pavement!
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You may get a bit of a hard time for this post, don't take it to heart.

I would not expect anyone to pull much of anything in the mud like that.
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Old 06-02-2013, 07:45 PM
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Lol I guess I'll deserve it....big noob here just got the truck! Ready to learn a lot about it! Had a ford lightning before it.... Diesel engines I need to learn more of...
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Well today I took my powerstroke mudding and chained up for the first time! Me and my buddy hit a mud hole roughly 40ft long and 6 or 7in deep we both made it through easily! Then we chained up with muddy tires on grass and neither of us moved.... We just spun the whole time! My truck is a 2012 6.7L and his is a 2006 5.9 cummins! I have toyo open country mt mud tires he has regular a/t tires! Should I have pulled him with ease? He's giving me a hard time cuz I didn't.... Has to be cuz of muddy tires and grass?! Lol
Make sure you are on dry pavement and you have lots of slack in the chain and then floor it. That should get the trick done. I've heard you need to pop the chain really hard to get those Dodges to move. What ever you do, don't let off the accelerator!!!
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Lmao somebody wants me to tear my **** up....
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Make sure you are on dry pavement and you have lots of slack in the chain and then floor it. That should get the trick done. I've heard you need to pop the chain really hard to get those Dodges to move. What ever you do, don't let off the accelerator!!!
LOL!! I heard that always does it!



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