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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-06-2008, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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2WD duramax pulling the sled

hey guys i got some more videos for yall to watch:

My 3rd arm broke look at how the truck is leaning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri_T5cKKIqg

Driveshaft took a crap i got pics of carnage when i get them loaded.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-07-2008, 03:46 AM
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I like your weights, cheep yet effective
Looks good, just get her to hold together:Thumbup:

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That is impressive the way it pulling the left fron up off the ground..... Do they leave the sled light for 2wd? how do you keep it from losing traction. Looks good..... for a chevy anyways ;P

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Im impressed... thats awsome for a 2x4 truck..!! :Thumbup:


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I pull the same weight the 4x4 diesels do. I beilve all of us are pulling right around 50,000 ( i think ) it might be more. Biggest key is to get your rear end to plant its self if u can do that u can basically take the sled anywhere u wanna.
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Until the driveshaft spit's out on the ground. Just ribbing you Kurt. Your truck is impressive and looking forward to seeing you pull again.
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Thats great! Good idea with the weight. Put up front when you take off there in the back!! Nice to see something 2wd pull as hard as some 4wd
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Truck pulls well, remember Kurt (duramaxin14) has a 31" hitch height and 4X4's get 26". Not puttting down Kurt, just saying. :believe
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very nice. i cant wait to see the carnage pics.


oh well, i have a map to the darkside

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that was bad ***.
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