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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 60 Belair, Dec 16, 2009.
this is cool a buddys truck
That drive shaft is pretty knarly
I bet that was a 10,000 rpm zinger
Good running truck. Is that a small block? What are the specs? Was that a 9" kinda hard to tell from what's left?
A bad day at the Drags is better than a good day at work...
looks like fun, nice truck
Sorry for the damage, but THAT WAS COOL!
I mean if you're going to break something, you might as well break it right.
That was bad ass truck runs good,.........
Race, Break, Repair, Repeat.
Hope it didn't hurt his hip pocket too bad.
That was a pretty fast truck! Looks cool how shit went flying through the air. Cool video.
Naow THATS how its done!!
Run em hard, break em bad.
Sorry about the damage. Glad youre ok.
THAT WAS AWESOME!!! Do it again! Do it again!
Been there,done that.
Nice video, Nice truck!, Bad drive shaft!!!!! lol
traction can be a terrible thing
that looks fun
"Excuse me sir, but have you seen my pinion gear?"
"Yes, its laying on the track by your driveshaft...pieces "
Pretty typical 9" Ford problem. They have a tendency to "push" the pinion forward, breaking the bolts or stripping the carrier assembly. Also happens with the 8" Ford. It's their weak link. Is it Mark Williams or Strange that makes an aftermarket thrid member that uses G.M.'s 12 bolt gears and technolgy? It drops the pinion lower in relation to the ring gear. Butch/56sedandelivery.
Glad to see him pull over to the side before he oiled the entire track. Good move on his part. Love the sound of that truck.
hell that will make you poop out an eyebrow! sweet truck but that sucks
Nice job getting off the racing groove right away!
Killer video. Catch you at the track.
Thanks from my buddy Ronnie
yea he has a sbc 355 13.5:1 compression with Brodix heads, a solid roller cam, T 400 on a brake and a blown up 9 inch with 4.5 gears
runs low 11's
there are some more videos of it from Temple day of the drags last year on our website
Here's a video of the truck at "Day of the Drags" last year:
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