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Never seen a burnout like this

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I just had to share this as its absolutely unreal. For those that don't have 4 minutes, at least skip every minute to the end lol. Of course, only a dodge could pull this off :lmao:

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Brings new menaning to driving the wheels off. I wonder if you could do it in a jeep? Hmmmmm!

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OMG! :duh::rolleyes: The crazy crap people can dream up to do with there Dodge vehicles...Talk about roasting the tires of the rim... :wow:

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I can guarantee his spider gears were about as red as the rim after doing a one wheel burnout like that, his carrier and spider assembly are junk now too.

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I can guarantee his spider gears were about as red as the rim after doing a one wheel burnout like that, his carrier and spider assembly are junk now too.

HAHA you know it bill, here is how i wrecked my spider gears. That was in Overdrive and the speedo said 100 mph. Only the right rear was turning. When i did a gear change, the spiders were welded to the carrier and i could not remove it.

http-~~-//youtu.be/jZmWTzWnBQ4

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