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Default Record 301 ft jump

Listen to that engine scream......

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UMMM I don't see anything that says Dodge or Cummins ?
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Thought that was a dodge grill. Maybe I should put my glasses on. I know it's in the wrong section.
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Ok I think I can break that record in my dualley anyone want to sponsor the attempt or carnage ?
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Looked like a Toyota front grill.

You may want to get a better run at it Hamboners....watch for the nose dive..
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You know any of of could jump in that truck and with a little practice get that record ! That truck is stripped down and really sounded like they strapped two motocross bikes together. It probably doent weigh 2000 pounds. It would be like comparing Evil Knievils record jump on a Harley to Robbies Knievils Jumps nowadays on a Jap bike with 20" of travel .

I figure if I fill up the truck 36 gallons in the regular tank and 100 gallons in the spare tank that should offset the cummins weight in the front. Probably going to have to finally tap that pump wire to get me up to around 140 MPH ! I may need one of our mathemeticians here to work on the weights number and launch angles. Oh yeah did'nt I mention there will be nearly 140 gallons of fuel ! If it don't work the fireworks should be great !
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Let's see that bad boy land on level ground rather than a nice easy down slope!!! How many feet does he gain by landing on that downslope??? Not knocking it..........I wouldn't do it..........IMHO, that's and idiot in action!!!!
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DW those trucks are suspended so well , just like Dirt bikes. I use to race Motocross and the landings may have looked harsh but most were like landing on a pillow. Now the flat ground landing would make it a little rougher. Even with my bad neck and back I'd love to fly that truck 301 feet would'nt last long as a record !
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