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Old 01-07-2004, 08:46 PM
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bumper to bumper truck pull??

i always hear of peiple strapping their trucks together to see which one has more power. i hear of people hooking them bumper to bumper, but that sounds like it could twist it up a bit. is there a better place to tie the rope/chain?
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Trailer hitch to trailer hitch.
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Old 01-07-2004, 09:03 PM
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that makes sense. they're made to be pulled on. what do you do if you dont have a hitch
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Go for coffee or a beer instead.

I would never get into a pull contest from just one side of the frame.
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Trailer hitch to trailer hitch works very well. I've never had a problem doing it that way.
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ive saw a bumper get pulled off doing that one time, quite interesting actually both trucks flew forward when the bumper let go.
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we do that all the time, i lose now since i took the big wide fat 33's off and went back to stock tires and rims
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If neither of you have a trailer hitch...hook a strap (not chain) as close as you can to the differential on the axle.....or to a tow hook if you have on the rear...
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