|10-22-2012 05:04 PM|
|BarryK||It is not a matter of witch truck will come out of this in one piece, so we go too the question of, how will you get back to Wisconsin?|
|10-22-2012 02:00 PM|
|paart||No granny but i do like the hole idea if he cant pull me that'll make him look bad too ahha ill load the bed up with logs and rocks though to add more weight thanks|
|10-22-2012 11:40 AM|
DO NOT PULL EACH OTHER ON PAVEMENT,,roflllll.a transmission will break somewhere
I would take that challenge with my 7.3.
Go off road,spin your back tires to gid a little hole,let him back up to you.Your truck weighs 7,000 pounds,with the back tires in a little rut and your brakes on,he wont even move you.when he digs a hole and cant move,charge him for a tow. The diesel also has a posi rear diff so that also helps
|10-22-2012 07:32 AM|
I have a friend that put a Cat Semi truck engine- Trans in his pickup, Axles out of a large motor home, trade trucks for a weekend ? wheel bearing grease on his tires works better.. lasts longer.
|10-22-2012 07:16 AM|
The heavy powerstroke will pull harder cause its got more wieght.
|10-22-2012 07:04 AM|
So here's the deal i live in wisconsin and i go down to visit family in north carolina all the time. my cousin has a 2000 7.3L Powerstroke and he's a little cocky. He wants to hook chains with my truck a 78 chevy with a carburated 350 and a 600 edlebrock carb. what can i do to tune the engine up to get more torque out of it, i know he'll probably pull me up and down the mountains but i just want to make it so i have somewhat of a chance. any suggestions?