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Submitted by: Vince S. Comments: 38 (Read/Post)
When this truck isn't hauling dirt/wood, it's hauling ass!

Make/Model: Dodge Ram   Posted by: Trooper

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#1 7-05-2005 @ 10:54:11 PM
Posted By: 427 Vette Reply | Edit | Del
Wow, a riced SRT-10.

#2 7-05-2005 @ 11:25:00 PM
Posted By: ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
My, that is fuckled up. I hope this is a rebadged 1500 single cab. If not, Imma goin' huntin'.

#3 7-06-2005 @ 04:48:07 AM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
With rear wheel drive and no weight on the back wheels, this thing NEEDS a spoiler on the back end at high speed ... but one that has the proper drag.

#4 7-06-2005 @ 04:41:59 PM
Posted By: Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
It's not enough to spend 45 large on a truck, he has to slap a fugly wing on the tail gate to add a touch of his own flair. ASS!

#5 7-06-2005 @ 07:35:57 PM
Posted By: yodough Reply | Edit | Del
Looks like a real SRT10 to me. This bastard should be hung from his testicles!

#6 7-09-2005 @ 01:58:09 AM
Posted By: IH8RICERS Reply | Edit | Del
If it is real, I will reject your reality and substitute my own

#7 7-10-2005 @ 01:48:55 PM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
Hey, it's not like a pickup with a Viper engine has any reason to exist.
*runs as far away as fast as he can*

#8 7-11-2005 @ 04:19:46 AM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
There is if you are towing a trailer and don't want to be passed by Chevy Aveos.

#9 7-12-2005 @ 06:08:46 AM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#8, Of course you do realise that towing a trailer fast breeds problems with cornering, braking and... uhm, staying alive?

#10 7-12-2005 @ 07:32:39 AM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
#9 It's not a matter of towing fast, it's a matter of maintaining speed on hills. I've towed trailers and my families 30 foot (10 meter) cabin cruise (it's a large boat) so I speak from experience. How many trailers or boats have you towed? A powerful truck pulling a load is safer than a weak one ... not to mention a truck with a more powerful engine usually has improvements to the braking and suspension.

#11 7-12-2005 @ 03:13:02 PM
Posted By: RyCe_MuNkIe Reply | Edit | Del
#10, I wouldn't buy an SRT-10 to tow trailers....

#12 7-12-2005 @ 05:13:29 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
#11, at least you wouldn't need a big drop hitch! (-:

#13 7-13-2005 @ 05:00:41 AM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Just buy a big turbo diesel truck. All the torque you need, half the price and one more free engine to use in a Viper :)

#14 7-13-2005 @ 06:14:56 AM
Posted By: moparman Reply | Edit | Del
#13, A fully loaded diesel truck isn't much cheaper than this.

#15 7-13-2005 @ 07:03:01 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
Yep, those diesels carry quite the heft premium!

#16 7-13-2005 @ 09:51:10 PM
Posted By: 99neon Reply | Edit | Del
Last time I checked most diesel engines are a $6000 option. ><

#17 7-16-2005 @ 01:10:23 AM
Posted By: siCkTibby03 Reply | Edit | Del
one of the first trucks i seen with coming up with a great idea of attaching moose antlers....good job?

#18 11-27-2005 @ 02:34:35 PM
Posted By: eversviper Reply | Edit | Del
they finally come up with a cool looking truck with a VIPER ENGINE!!!! and this moron screws it up with that horrible POS wing? and the tag says "When this truck isn't hauling dirt/wood, it's hauling ass!" would anyone use this awesome machine to haul dirt???

#19 3-26-2006 @ 03:42:45 AM
Posted By: Trooper NonVTEC Reply | Edit | Del
This has to be the Matrix, cause this shit cannot be real... Some of the stupid shit people do...

#20 3-27-2006 @ 02:11:20 PM
Posted By: Camaro Trooper Reply | Edit | Del
#18, I'd use it to haul a trailer with a ford on it, that's hauling dirt!!..lol

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