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Talk about rolling some coal !!!

Watch the Pete on the left !!! It has almost as much torque as my D-max !!! :D:D:D:D:D


 

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something had to twist.
 

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About that time the driveshaft decides to go for lunch...
Nope... they are made of super-polyurathane-hybrid-titanium-alloy-composite-carbon-fiber-heat-treated-1" plastic tubing.
 

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Nope... they are made of super-polyurathane-hybrid-titanium-alloy-composite-carbon-fiber-heat-treated-1" plastic tubing.
:rof:rof:rof:rof:rof:rof:rof
 

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I wonder if they have high EGTs ? :D
 

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that rig on the left is sick! no need for 4wd there.
 

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It takes alot of torque to pull that front end up like that.
 

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that was awesome!!
 

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That's why they don't box the frame on semi's... that much torque would demolish a frame that couldn't twist.

But twist like THAT? Haha... could be another story:rockin
 

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how much weight were they pulling?
 

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ive been watching videos of that for a while now, one of these year ill get up there to watch in person


BTW it was also listed in DP mad this year under "50 diesel events not to miss"
 

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Ya I've been watching them for a while also. Idk why I never thought about posting it before.

Either way, I think those vids are just awesome.
 

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Nope... they are made of super-polyurathane-hybrid-titanium-alloy-composite-carbon-fiber-heat-treated-1" plastic tubing.
Thats what you run in your trucks right? I hear they only cost about $.14/ foot. Really reasonable.
 

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Thats what you run in your trucks right? I hear they only cost about $.14/ foot. Really reasonable.
Yes sir. They greatly increase fuel mileage because they are so light !!:rof
 

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Sweet have to get me some made for the pickups, and even the ATV!:drink
I think for pick-ups you can go with the 3/8" plastic instead of the 1"
 
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