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King of the Hill

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Crumm, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    Once you get done stacking why not try a little hill climbing?

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  2. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    Other Side

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  3. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    Last one. Anyone else have any hill climbing pictures?

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  4. rofoth3

    rofoth3 Junior Member
    Messages: 16

    back drag

    Way to much back dragging. :drinkup:
     
  5. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    More of a challenge that way ;) . Anyone can push up a pile, it takes a real truck to stack while back-dragging..
     
  6. REAPER

    REAPER 2000 Club Member
    from 60050
    Messages: 2,228

    I don't understand why you would chance tearing parts off just to get a picture?
    Exhaust? Wire's? Lights? Hell even jamming all that snow under there letting it pack to the body panels will do harm. Glad you don't drive for me.
     
  7. snowinjoe

    snowinjoe Senior Member
    Messages: 180

    and this thread is officially ruined
     
  8. snowinjoe

    snowinjoe Senior Member
    Messages: 180

    Nice pics Crumm if I get out to get batteries then I'll snap some pics of the versatile climbin some snow piles
     
  9. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    It just shows that his trucks (Dodge and Chevy) can't even drive over a pile of snow without suffering major damage. I have had that old Ford in snow deeper than the hood. I just don't think it is going to harm much backing up on a little pile of snow.
    I am learning here at Plowsite that a guy just has to chew on the meat and spit out the bones. Reapers post above is just another bone.
     
  10. William B.

    William B. Senior Member
    from S.E. IA
    Messages: 978

    He was just havin a little fun. Let it go. We all have taken a truck and drove it like we shouldn't have, wheather it is a plow truck or just our every day cruiser. I did something like that one with my 80K-10.
    My .02 cents.

    William
     
  11. oldmankent

    oldmankent PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,318

    Great Pics
     
  12. JohnnyU

    JohnnyU 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,040

    Its not my plow truck, and its not even a snow pile, but how about a brick pile?

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    BTW: Yes, thats a Ranger, yes it's lifted, and yep, the tires read 36x12.50.
     
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2005
  13. REAPER

    REAPER 2000 Club Member
    from 60050
    Messages: 2,228

    Some people need to take their meds or lighten up.

    If you notice. I have no one driving for me. By the By. My GMC or Ram would out plow/drive/climb/race/preform that ford anyday of the week or I would shoot myself.

    Oh and my dog's got yer "bone".
     
  14. ljrce

    ljrce Senior Member
    Messages: 182

    crumm what hubs are u running on your 75 f250 i am woundering because i am looking around to see what kind i should use on my 75 f100 with the 390 c6
     
  15. JohnnyU

    JohnnyU 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,040


    I would go with the WARN premium series hubs, they are a great product, and have a lifetime warranty (chances are you won't break one though). You'll be wanting to get part no. 20990 for the Premiums, or no. 9790 for the standard series.
     
  16. crashz

    crashz Senior Member
    Messages: 256

    How did you get that thing up there? If you drove it or backed it up there, you have to tell me what tires you have. Gotta get some for my GMC!
     
  17. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    You need to borrow a gun?
     
  18. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    My plow truck has a 203 transfer-case which is full time so I don't have locking hubs. My 76' has a 205 case and Warn hubs. I would recommend Warn hubs.
     
  19. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    I backed it up there with a balled set of too-wide Goodyear's. It is all about momentum ;) . I personally like BFG all-terrains for snow and ice. I have a set on our Excursion and they do a great job. I originally had the Goodyear's that are on my plow truck on my 96' F350 but I always thought the compound was too hard. I replaced them with a set of Coopers but they don't perform as well as the BFG's.
     
  20. Bad Luck

    Bad Luck Senior Member
    Messages: 741

    Crumm you crazy focker!! Nice pics. I'll be posting pics of my big foot car crushing event from yesterday. I too was back dragging. It's amazing how a a trailer hitch can help you back up the hood of a car!!! :nono: