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Also, what did the Kennedy brothers have in common? They all died of something lodged in their brain.
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Really? I didn't know that.. Big Foot trucks really floated like that?
I always thought those bigger monster trucks would sink or be too top heavy and tip with all that extra suspension height and weight.
This Beetle seemed really light in weight and I thought this was a rarity.. Shit!!!
Alot of air in those tires I guess.... Hmmmm...
Well I guess you learn something new everyday then, thanks!!!...
Yup, I used to have some video tapes and books with pictures of them racing monster trucks across ponds/small lakes.
But they WERE top heavy and could easily flip over in the water, making it very dangerous to do. Likely a large reason why they don't do that anymore. Well that and the modern monster truck has a low mounted engine which would be submerged.
71 Chevelle: LS1, EPS 230/238 113+2, 799s, FAST 90/90, LTs, UD pulley, 4l60e Yank SS3600, 3.42 12 bolt