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Old 05-18-2012, 08:51 PM
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7.3 vs 6.0 grudge pull who wins?

Say both trucks are stock, in a grudge pull 7.3 vs 6.0 who is most likely to win?
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Whoever has the best tires and most weight in their truck lol
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:59 AM
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Yea, whoever get's more traction and who doesn't break something first
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The heaviest will win, I wanna say same body and everything say 2003 7.3 and 2004 6.0 that the 7.3 would win tho
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The mechanic who gets to fix the broken $hit.
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Usually whoever breaks traction first is the loser... hp and tq have little to do when you chain up trucks. Then again the SD's have a bad habit of breaking the universal for the front 4 wheel drive so I wouldn't do it with 4x4 on. Plenty of youtube clips to prove my point on this.
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Old 05-20-2012, 05:06 PM
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Cant think of a stupider way to compare two trucks.

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Cant think of a stupider way to compare two trucks.

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Same as hooking to a sled
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Hooking to a sled is better. I watched one of my brothers friends with his old S10 blazer drag a F350 dually down the street...Pretty sure that didnt show that the S10 was a superior tow vehicle...

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Old 05-20-2012, 06:44 PM
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i have seen a 350 pull a peterbuilt truck in a pull what dose that mean?
that pulls mean so little that you can not believe them
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