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Old 10-02-2008, 02:53 AM
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Pull off (1 dodge, 1 ford, 1 chevy)

This is the pull off for the Street Diesel Class in Zellwood FL.

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Old 10-02-2008, 03:20 AM
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Those duals helped alittle. It looked like the ford started to stave for power at the end. Lower gear?
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That Dodge had more tires than the others did! I think he cheated! LOL
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Those duals helped alittle. It looked like the ford started to stave for power at the end. Lower gear?
Sounded like all through the pull the truck was shifting between two gears. JJ
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How about a "nice job" for the winner, and a "good try" for the other two for making it to a pull off.

And no excuses for the losers.
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man that dodge was rollin the coal must be pumpin some major fuel
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but with the ford you could hear it. it was high rpms in maybe 2nd and the tranny kept wantin to shift into 3rd which bogs you down and you lose alot of momentum which is key in sled pull jmo
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i love ford and dislike most dodges but man!!!!!!!!!
i would do a whole lot of things for your truck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Nice truck MoPower, and great pull! I love the flat bed look, I'd own that Dodge.
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Thanks, and you are all invited this winter to come to Florida. There is a 3 day national pull January 23,24, and 25th 2009. There are a lot from up north already planning on coming. I beleive I heard House was coming also. House is a ford puller from up north. Its in inverness FL just north of Tampa.
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