The 2.5 ton Tug of War comp at the Fall Rednecks with Paychecks had a pretty liberal array of rigs to sign up....from huge mud trucks, mega trucks, a Dodge 4500 flatbed to a LIMO! It was definitely an interested competition to say the least.
If you ever thought traction was more important than weight in one of these competitions, you'll see that's wildly inaccurate. Congrats to the Limo on the unassisted win...
Rednecks with Paychecks - 9/5-6/2015, hosted in Saint Jo, TX
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"Rolling Coal" wastes fuel, deteriorates the engine, and results in a big power loss over time. Also, more energy ( in this case horsepower and torque ) is needed to move a larger mass, so the same setup and engine in a smaller vehicle would be better. If your on concrete you want a flater tire so more traction is transferred onto a hard flat surface. If your in mud, you want a high lifted, high powered ( speed doesn't matter in this case ) vehicle which a water tight design and very deep treads. The mud vehicle can be heavier because the treads on the tire will dig into the bottom resulting in better traction. And I'm twelve :-)
I'm mixed, mostly Hispanic, Native, Mexican, anyway, I just want to say that I respect you rednecks, I figure that most rednecks are not assholes, every group got jerks, assholes and so-called bad people. F*** the haters, especially the liberals, don't get me wrong, I'm apolitical, as none care for the people, I don't care what race you are. To the assholes that act like degenerates, leave the rednecks alone, I am especially talking to the asshole liberals.
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Could I ask why? Why do you feel the need to possess a firearm?
Has it something to do with ideals such as liberty and freedom or is it only a way to feel safe?
Your opinion could be useful, thanks
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claro que es obvio que por el peso que tenga dicho tracto camión o largo del mismo va a tener mas posibilidades de ganar como el de la primera participación que hasta en la parte de atrás se ve como que llevaba carga y eso es trampa.