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Old 09-05-2011, 04:32 PM
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05 stroker vs. 07 dmax

So one night we are all sitting around the campfire having a few and my friend keeps talking **** about how fast and how much hp his duramax is putting down and wants to have a pull off. Being im the only ford truck there everybody there is talking about how they dont think i have a chance in a race or a pulloff. So finally i tell him a race means nothing. Our trucks might be fast but i didnt buy a 3/4 ton truck to race, a worktruck is for pulling. So we chain up pull tight and a friend counts down to go and i keep on my breaks till about 20psi. As i let off my brakes he does to i instantly start moving forward and hear him floor it, after i have some momentum i hammered down and took off with him like a toy behind me! Needless to say do to chevys junk IFS, he had a trashed front end and was replacing tierods the next morning since both tires were pointed in and the tierods looked like horse shoes! Haha solid front axle=one more reason superdutys are the best worktruck!

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Old 09-05-2011, 04:48 PM
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Nicely done!
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nice!!! love to hear some one whooping up on a duramax
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That's hilarious, suks he had to buy new front end parts like that, truely a shame his mouth wrote a check his truck couldn't cash.
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That's hilarious, suks he had to buy new front end parts like that, truely a shame his mouth wrote a check his truck couldn't cash.
shame?? lol thats a real world example of putting your money where your mouth is and having to choke down your money hahahahahaha
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Old 09-07-2011, 06:18 PM
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Haha heard that! His response was..."that IFS makes it ride like a cadi!" i said that may be but....if u wanna ride in a cadi, buy a cadi. But i garantee u bring ur cadi to work with me one day and ur "nice ride"...it will be the least of your concerns when ur in the mud with 2 6k rake waggons loaded with hay and no tongue weight for trction and he didnt kno what to say since his truck pulls a light trailer occassionally never off the blacktop and he knows its never been put to a worktruck test nomatter how much he wants i to be!


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lets see pics of his messed up duramax. And I cant believe no one there got this on vid. But anyway, ive been saying that for years!! You buy a truck to be a truck NOT a caddie
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Old 09-08-2011, 03:02 PM
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I have a video but its unfortunatly dark so all you see is taillights moving and hear but for some reason i was an idiot and didnt get pics.


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I have a video but its unfortunatly dark so all you see is taillights moving and hear but for some reason i was an idiot and didnt get pics.


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ah well. good job trashing the duramax anyway lol
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you know that its actually a law when truck tie up that it has to be video'd
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