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can you set a truck up to pull & drag with? if so, whats the best way?
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can you set a truck up to pull & drag with? if so, whats the best way?

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Going to need some deep pockets...

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VERY VERY deep pockets, even if you do a lot of the work yourself

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Just the P pump conversion could be close to $4,000...

I bet you spend more on the mods than you do for the truck...

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Just the P pump conversion could be close to $4,000...

I bet you spend more on the mods than you do for the truck...
eaisly, got a good friend of mine, paid 8k for a 99 truck with a "bad vp" turns out it needed a new fuel filter...stealerships anyway, dang near spent more then that on an AT$$$$ tranny...total to about 23k truck and parts...and still isnt that competitive

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I would cry if that happened to me
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I would cry if that happened to me
I'm going to be smart and not even try...

But I got to admit that would suck to have that all happen...

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dont forget traction bars and a good fuel system....

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The problem is when you increasing the HP/TQ of a truck that mean everything down stream must increase in ability to hold this new found power. Other than that the first run will show you your weakest link quickly! Hence why you going to need deep pockets...

Basic downhill effect.

Engine Upgrade -> Transmission Upgrade -> Transfer Upgrades -> Driveshaft Upgrades -> Axle Upgrades

Then is some of the stock stuff hold up rather well and other stuff is rather weak for just stock power.

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