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Old 02-24-2006, 01:44 PM
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Tug of War...F150 vs Titan!

Two great trucks, traction to the Titan.

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That looks like a 2wd Ford while the other Jap Truck was a 4wd, unfair advantage to me, also the titan had some aftermarket brand of tires on it. Hook it up to my truck and i'll tow it all the way back to Japan!!
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Old 02-24-2006, 02:25 PM
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Actually they are both 2 wheel drives in stock form (no special tires, you can do better than that), both trucks are owned by the same guy. This isn't rocket science here, traction is king and the Titan in this event had more. The unfair advantage is the Jap Tuck has much more power and towing capacity, it's science (a quote from Ron Burgundy if you will).
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That looks like a 2wd Ford while the other Jap Truck was a 4wd, unfair advantage to me, also the titan had some aftermarket brand of tires on it. Hook it up to my truck and i'll tow it all the way back to Japan!!
You could be a little more polite and refrain from using the "Jap" slur. Besides, our trucks are made in the US by US workers, they've never been to Japan.
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Yes we do not use that word...thanks.

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Information of course, it's the web.


I'm going through the lightning posts, been looking at Fords new Saleen truck. I posted this because it looked to be the proper area. I have another one of a Bronco II pulling a Dodge Ram if it would be more appropriate.
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Then keep it nice and clean......enjoy Fords.
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Looks like someone didn't know how to drive their truck. That Truck was burning rubber before the Titan started moving. Once the tires start spining you don't have to have much pulling power to pull it. Cool video though it almost got me until I watched it several times. From the start of the video the F150 tires are spining and the Titan was standing still. Buy the way the a true test of pulling power would be to use slids up a hill.
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why did it look like the the nissan was 4x4?? seems you can see the bottom of the front diff in the video.
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I did notice he started spinning first, here's the Bronco one it's pretty funny.



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Agreed, pulling each other around isn't a really objective way to test the trucks.
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[QUOTE=TitanMan]I did notice he started spinning first, here's the Bronco one it's pretty funny.[QUOTE=TitanMan]



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i will say that is a pretty funny video! just keep it clean and you can hang out here as long as you like.
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Thanks.

Yes, this is not a way to compare but it is a way to confirm what we already know. There are plenty of people running around out there with little sense.
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You could be a little more polite and refrain from using the "Jap" slur. Besides, our trucks are made in the US by US workers, they've never been to Japan.
Excuse the attitude but im not a big fan of Nissan, especailly nissan guys talking like there truck can pull. I just had enough with that crap.
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