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Talking 6.4's or 6.7's in Southern Illinois

Anybody pull in the Clinton County Fair? All's I hear is these damn Dodge fellas () talkin bout how their Cummins can walk any Power Stroke out there, and apparently there's a guy with a pretty built Cummins that was there last year.... So I wanna know If there are any 6.7 or 6.4 guys round here with tuners that would be comin to shut these Cummins fellas up. I'd do it but I dont quite have the $ to take this e99 up to pullin specs... HA maybe I could convince one of the Ford dealers round here to let me borrow one of the 6.7's for "promotional purposes"
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at clinton county fair this year it was all duramax and cummins. no fords, just couldnt quite bring myself to do it yet, but after watching them go, it looks like it would be fun as hell.. if we can get the up pipe fixed on my buddies truck this week then we will probably both pull at jackson county fair. the only things i am worried about is not having gauges yet, and i dont have a hitch set up for pulling, or know what i need to make one that would be strong enough.


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at clinton county fair this year it was all duramax and cummins. no fords, just couldnt quite bring myself to do it yet, but after watching them go, it looks like it would be fun as hell.. if we can get the up pipe fixed on my buddies truck this week then we will probably both pull at jackson county fair. the only things i am worried about is not having gauges yet, and i dont have a hitch set up for pulling, or know what i need to make one that would be strong enough.
yeah i know. I was the only ford pullin til I sold my e99 auto and bought this 02 manual. We need some Ford's around here.

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and in response to the dodge thing, a guy i work with says i need to get a dodge, that my fords junk, but he pulled at delaware county the night before clinton, smoked his clutch, and when he pulled at clinton he said his rear end was clicking all the way down the track.. so now his truck is in pieces sitting oustide work hoping he can get it back together before jackson county..
Oh and btw we work at a International dealership!!


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and in response to the dodge thing, a guy i work with says i need to get a dodge, that my fords junk, but he pulled at delaware county the night before clinton, smoked his clutch, and when he pulled at clinton he said his rear end was clicking all the way down the track.. so now his truck is in pieces sitting oustide work hoping he can get it back together before jackson county..
Oh and btw we work at a International dealership!!
Lol gonna have a hard time getting cum-apart parts there!

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wish i was closer to you guys. i'd come and pull against them cummsin/dmaxs. i never back down from a good sled pull except with 4$ fuel, i gotta stay closer to home to make it worth the drive. Its all about the fun of the sport (espically if a powerstroke does beat a cummins or dmax)

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