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Old 05-22-2008
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New vid, my Ranger vs. Yota Hilux...

I didnt even knew buddy took a video. This is a different angle, I love the commentary. Hope yall enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53syKEW9lNU
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Haha i've seen that before! Step side truck [email protected]
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lol, good stuff....
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hahah, best part : "we've got a winner...... and a sore loser"
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try doing that with a new Toyota lol my cousins would kick my trucks ***.
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funny
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looks like a good time
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try doing that with a new Toyota lol my cousins would kick my trucks ***.
Lol true, not much of a contest there..... those 22R's have like 88hp or something.
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i have 79.8!


at 7200ft of elevation
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those 22r's may have little hp.. but they are a badass motor... they dont die... period.
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Old 06-09-2008
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That is really funny. WINNER......SORE LOSER ha
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Old 06-10-2008
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those 22r's may have little hp.. but they are a badass motor... they dont die... period.

Very True!

I'd like to see that ranger hooked up to late 1st gen taco with the 3.4L and factory rear Diff Lock, or a newer taco with the 4.0L and factory diff lock.

A guy at work used his 2001 taco 3.4L with diff lock to yank a Sea Can (over 12,000lbs) across a job site last year, this was after a 5-ton couldnt get enough traction to move it more than 10feet in the dirt.
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i'm glad to see a ranger win, but nobody noticed that you wiggled yourself into the grass while he stayed in the dirt the whole time. unfair advantage?
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look at the ranger go!!! nice pull!!!
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Yeah not really that impressive a win.
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Old 06-11-2008
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Keep in mind I was running Destination LE street tires and he was running BFG AT's dropped to 10 psi.
As for wiggling myself on the grass, I didnt mean to, the truck just went that way.

I tried talking dude into doing it again since I got my BFG's, I figured it may have been a lil more even (not really I know) both of us having off-road tires.
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wow if you do do it again make sure to have video so we can see his butt kicked again.lol
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why not try a dude in a same year taco as yours with the V6, and all terrain tires..
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Old 06-12-2008
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why not try a dude in a same year taco as yours with the V6, and all terrain tires..
Id love to, but of all the taco owners I have seen they too afraid, might break somethin.
Im kinda a distructive person anyways, if my truck broke i'd just fix it. One of the good things bout having a key to your own parts store.
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