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post #1 of 14 Old 04-12-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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who will win

my buddy has a newer i think 06 24v dodge and keeps givin me chit about my truck and wants to hook chains. he has an edge juice w/attitude. I am currently adding a ton of parts to the good ol 7.3 d66 terminator modded *17HPOP stage 2's w/80% nozzels and comp 910's i have a locker in the rear and a hand shaker he has an auto do you think i stand a chance once the mods are done or will he win??

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Might be close with his auto assuming it stays together. Never tried to hook up with a manual but I would think the clutch would take a beating. Would both trucks be in 2wd? If so your locks would be a big help.

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my clutch is a heavy duty southbend unit made to take a beating

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96 f-350 7.3 with a 5 speed
3 in DP
4 in ex. to 5 in aussies
custom traction bars
TW chip 6 pos
IDM mod
SD IC
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casserly 2's
custom fuel with an AIRDOG 2
910's
*17 TE modded hpop
ebpv gutted
pedestal gutted
gutted ccv elbow
clutch pedal fix

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The brake/boosting with the auto will be tough to handle, but if you can manage your 3 pedals fast and well enough it should be a good match.

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is his a 4 door long bed? 2 door? and what about your truck

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Sounds like you've spent too much $$$ on something to mess it up in under 7seconds, to prove almost nothing... Hook it to a trailer and see who can tow that better. You know, what diesels were intended to be used for originally..
Tug-o-wars are all about traction.. You wanna win, get a set of mean @$$ tires and throw some weight in the bed. You'll win..

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Sounds like you've spent too much $$$ on something to mess it up in under 7seconds, to prove almost nothing... Hook it to a trailer and see who can tow that better. You know, what diesels were intended to be used for originally..
Tug-o-wars are all about traction.. You wanna win, get a set of mean @$$ tires and throw some weight in the bed. You'll win..
I agree its not all about power when it comes to tuggin... I tug my 03 dodge 3500 it has a 7 in lift with 37in tires.... i have a "power pup" tuner on it and I come in the top 2 everytime beating the guys who have injectors, fuel systems, intakes ect.

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Sounds like you've spent too much $$$ on something to mess it up in under 7seconds, to prove almost nothing... Hook it to a trailer and see who can tow that better. You know, what diesels were intended to be used for originally..
Tug-o-wars are all about traction.. You wanna win, get a set of mean @$$ tires and throw some weight in the bed. You'll win..
well said bud!!!

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well said bud!!!
If/when you come to TX, you better drive that truck.. The more pics I see of your truck, the more I wanna see it in person..

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Sounds like you've spent too much $$$ on something to mess it up in under 7seconds, to prove almost nothing... Hook it to a trailer and see who can tow that better. You know, what diesels were intended to be used for originally..
Tug-o-wars are all about traction.. You wanna win, get a set of mean @$$ tires and throw some weight in the bed. You'll win..
i never understood the real point of tug-o-wars, but if you must... good luck.


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