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Old 03-16-2008, 10:58 PM   #1
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J/K Pulling a 18 wheeler!

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I did not doubt him at all!
how dare she not believe it!

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You would be amazed at what you can pull, I had a two axle dump truck, not a huge one but damn big enough, deliver about 50 tons of gravel for my shed, guy backed in and raised the bed to do a tailgate drop and sunk into my side yard up to this axles. I hooked up my 87 Trooper II with two 12 foot chains he had and went into 4lo 1st, let the clutch out and started dragging that mother out. I had visions of transfer case and tranny parts all over the driveway but SOB it hauled his ass 40 ft back out to the driveway. He was out of gear and strictly ready on the brakes for when we would hit the downhill at the driveway and when he started moving I was like 'OH YEA, GO BABY GO'... he came back later on with enough dirt to refill and level the foot wide 6 inch deep ruts he left. The trooper was a 4 banger, when I got the jeep with a 6 I figured I could drag almost anything....
Since then I've pulled Explorers, Navigators, suburbans, Porsches, BMW's and other NY tourists out of the woods up here in the winter when they discover 4 wd does not make them invincible to sharp turns and 4" of packed snow. Either using my XJ or my TJ. Thats how I built my winch fund, of course every time I got to the getting a warn 9000 level the hot water heater, dishwasher, washer, dryer, refrigerator, etc would puke and I'd be back to ground zero.
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