Discussion in '1936-Present Suburban' started by steve_sm1, Sep 10, 2002.
i had a buddy do that with his super duty f##d.. ended up breaking his front driveshaft. luckily it was still under warranty.
can we say breakage?! looks like fun though. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
I'm supposed to do that with a Dodge at work. When I do I'll make sure I take pics. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
please do!! /forums/images/icons/cool.gif
Anything that breaks is replaceable.
yeah but i'm broke /forums/images/icons/frown.gif
Hint: Put as much weight in the thing as you can!
I was thinking the same thing!
Hey Steve, Do you remember who came in 1st place? /forums/images/icons/tongue.gif /forums/images/icons/tongue.gif /forums/images/icons/grin.gif Was it a burb?
No But at least it was a chevy
lil over a year ago a guy i know challenged my burban to a tug of war with his nissan 4x4 with 35"s on it on pavement.
he never had a chance.
just be sure to use a strong connection
And I thought I was the only idiot that has done this with a Suburban. I pulled off with a '00 Super Duty Powerstroke 5 speed with my '86 K20 Suburban and won. Even with the 150k mile engine. My key to sucess was the auto trans. When he shifted his 5 speed. I gained ground.
pretty much samething here,his mistake was popping the clutch and getting his tires spinning,i was only in 2wheel 1st and holding the brake.and as soon as he spun i just got off the brake and drove away with him.even with his brakes locked he didnt slow down any.
thought about taking him around the block but was worried about the tow strap.good thing i did too strap was about 4 inchs stretched in the middle.not to bad for 165k,bone stock and rusted like swiss cheese.but then again it was just a little nissan,kinda like pickin on a kid,huh
I've always wanted to do that with my truck, but always feared hurting the transmission... perhaps after I get my K20 454-ized, and dump a stronger transmission behind it, I'll think about it.
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