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post #1 of 28 Old 04-16-2006, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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ford truck can't make it but the samurai can

this video makes me wish i never sold my samurai to build my ranger http://videos.streetfire.net/search/...FD4C44EED3.htm

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I guarantee my truck would have made it through that little hole, cool video though.

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perhaps I'm alone, but I think that lil red should have to post a video clip proving his truck worthy of such talk

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thats exactly what i was goin to say. so lets see it please.

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alot of it comes down to luck and driving, i have seen the same truck go thru a hole several times, and then get stuck.

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in lil reds defence....i must say that watching that vid a couple times....the guy in the ford was not a great driver. he was on the trottle way too hard when he should have only spun his tires enough to clean tread....and tried to crawl up the last portion with no speed while flooring the trottle which is a no no,he should have gained speed on the intro to the hole.......all and all i think that truck could have made that mud hole easily with a halfway decent driver.........ive taken my explorer that isnt even lifted through holes that were thicker than that one, and i dont have the horse power to clean tread on tires that big, there is no reason that truck should not have made it through with a better driver.........Marc
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this is very true. i am sure i could get that ruck through the mud hole. but i would love to see lilred down in the mud. i bet that thing will throw it 100 feet

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in lil reds defence....i must say that watching that vid a couple times....the guy in the ford was not a great driver. he was on the trottle way too hard when he should have only spun his tires enough to clean tread....and tried to crawl up the last portion with no speed while flooring the trottle which is a no no,he should have gained speed on the intro to the hole.......all and all i think that truck could have made that mud hole easily with a halfway decent driver.........ive taken my explorer that isnt even lifted through holes that were thicker than that one, and i dont have the horse power to clean tread on tires that big, there is no reason that truck should not have made it through with a better driver.........Marc
I was thinking the same thing about the driving ability or lack there of!

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Man yall are harsh. Believe me as soon as I get my camcorder figured out and my computer figured out, I'll make some video clips and get them posted. I'll also put some up of the couple of truck pulls I've been in.

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