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Old 12-12-2008
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Default Ford w/1.49 60ft.

Man this thing is hooking up,

http://video.competitiondiesel.com/v...7400e94908.htm

Wonder how he's accomplishing that?
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

It's called SETUP>

Get the weight transfered correctly and the truck will hook.

He needs to carry the frontend a little softer though.
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Old 12-13-2008
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

impressed the hell out of me!
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

Sounded like a v8 diesel-I wonder how much it cost to build it up to that level if it's a powerjoke?
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

probably well more than you and I together have put into our Dodges.
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

I bet money there is a set of Cal-Tracs on that truck....those bars just flat out work. I love the set on my Duster.
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Default Re: Ford w/1.49 60ft.

I saw a D/Stock Vette put it on the back bumper at Bowling Green this summer...Cal-Tracs are the only approved device that I know of for Stock Class.
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