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    Default Suburban stump pulling

    'BOBTAIL' aka, "Big John" pulled out this vintage concrete basketball hoop 'stump' this morning on the third try. I think it was at least 10 bags of ready-mix. Had to re-position twice to get the right angle......I didn't want a visit from the 'Cable Guy'.....Yes, I was in 4-Hi, and I was pulling 3 or4 pound's of BOOST before it let loose! More pics in my Albums.
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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    Quote Originally Posted by TUNDRA10X View Post
    'BOBTAIL' aka, "Big John" pulled out this vintage concrete basketball hoop 'stump' this morning on the third try. I think it was at least 10 bags of ready-mix. Had to re-position twice to get the right angle......I didn't want a visit from the 'Cable Guy'.....Yes, I was in 4-Hi, and I was pulling 3 or4 pound's of BOOST before it let loose! More pics in my Albums.
    I like your roll pan and exhaust setup.
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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    That's a serious stump man!! Nice looking truck too!

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    Thanks for the compliments, it was my summer project this year.......It's nice to know the supercharged 'grunt' is there if I need it!.....My Hidden Hitch, loop shackle, chain and strap set-up worked great......So, any NA 5.7's out there think they can out-pull me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberbilly View Post
    I like your roll pan and exhaust setup.
    I love it also, but hate to be rear-eneded in it
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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    Wow.. Thats awesome. I love yanking stuff out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUNDRA10X View Post
    Thanks for the compliments, it was my summer project this year.......It's nice to know the supercharged 'grunt' is there if I need it!.....My Hidden Hitch, loop shackle, chain and strap set-up worked great......So, any NA 5.7's out there think they can out-pull me?
    I am more then positive that they can out-pull you (5.7NA)
    They are heavier trucks, and slighly more torque, and HP then your supercharged. The only advantage you may have is when you race, you are lighter, and you can be right next to them at full trottle
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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    i pulled a swampd longbed cummins out of a lake one time. I guess with boost you can opt not to use 4 lo. Im sure almost any 4wd 5.7 could take you down.

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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    Sweeeeet!. last month i hooked a chain under my 2002 to pull a tree over and found out someone swiped my spare.

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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    don't think the 5.7's are all that. i drive them several time's crewmax's, and they aren't that fast,. but if you or anyone else think's they are, that's o.k. you have a right to your opinion. my truck will keep up with any 5.7 it's been proven.
    not bad, not bad at all.
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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    i dont think NBS tundras are all that either, but i think putting down close to 400 ft lbs will pull stumps out better than a blown vvti

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    Default Re: Suburban stump pulling

    .......Game on!
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