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if you want to see real raw power go to a super modified tractor pull(and bring your ear plugs)
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It's amazing how powerful they are, but almost useless since the front tires are so tiny. Perfect for drag races though.

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Who needs front tires. My Kubota has brakes on each rear wheel, I can steer with those.
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You guys are just so wrong !
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Who needs front tires. My Kubota has brakes on each rear wheel, I can steer with those.
Nice. Nice. I can get a little bit of wheel spin in my 18.5 hp lawn tractor. My parents won't let me go out and drift in the street.

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You guys are just so wrong !
bud i have a 75 hp tractor that was built in 1972 i haul trees out of the bush that weigh 4 tons and are 100ft long
show me any car that can do that and i will gladly buy it.
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bud i have a 75 hp tractor that was built in 1972 i haul trees out of the bush that weigh 4 tons and are 100ft long
show me any car that can do that and i will gladly buy it.
2007 S65 AMG. 738 ft-lb. torque.

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2007 S65 AMG. 738 ft-lb. torque.
OK now take the pos off the road and see what good that gets you
i pull bimmers out of the ditch all the time with my 75 hp tractor.
the point I'm trying to make is this cars are built for speed tractors are built to pull.
i have 200 lbs of liquid calcium in each of my rear tires to increase the pulling power. the car is built for speed and handling at high speeds.
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OK now take the pos off the road and see what good that gets you
i pull bimmers out of the ditch all the time with my 75 hp tractor.
the point I'm trying to make is this cars are built for speed tractors are built to pull.
i have 200 lbs of liquid calcium in each of my rear tires to increase the pulling power. the car is built for speed and handling at high speeds.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. 530 ft-lb. of torque.
ML320 CDI. 398 ft-lb. of torque.
GL420 Bluetec. 515 ft-lb. of torque.


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