Chevy Vs Ford King Of The Neighborhood Tug-O-War, Surprising Winner!

a 2003 Ford F350 fitted with a 7.3L engine and a 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500.

The Chevy vs. Ford debate continues. In this crazy video, two powerful trucks from the Ford and Chevy stables engage in tug of war to settle this debate, again! Here, for your entertainment, we bring a 2003 Ford F350 fitted with a 7.3L engine and a 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500.

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The 7.3L version of 2003 Ford F350 produces a massive 210 horsepower, with 520 pounds-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm. The engine was considered best-in-class for both gas and diesel by many experts for a long time. It can be fitted with a five, six or even seven speed manual transmission. The version in the video has a single set of rear wheels, but a dual rear-wheels option is also available for higher traction. Check it out>> 

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2003 Ford F350 7.3L vs. 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500

2005 Chevy Silverado 2500 comes with 17-inch lower-profile tires that promise better handling capabilities. It comes with multiple engine options that start from 6.0-liter V-8 to 8.1-liter V-8. Speaking about engines, Super Sport model is fitted with a Vortec 6000 6.0-liter engine, which gives the best performance of 345 horsepower. Super Sport comes with 20-inch wheels.

In their attempt to make the cars attractive to customers, both F350 and Silverado have a variety of trims, options and choices. However, at the end of the day, a guy buying a pickup buys a pickup for what he wants out of a pickup. And what he wants is muscle. So, all those customizations, trims, numbers etc. aside, do you want to know which pickup manages to maintain its ground? Well, what are you waiting for then – click on the video and find it out!

Chevrolet, best known as Chevy, stole the title of America`s best-selling car in 1929 from the Ford Model-T. Things have never been the same since then. After the World War II, the two have invested massively into advertising and research to grab the ever-elusive top spot in the American auto industry. Every few months each manufacturer releases dozens of upgraded models accompanied by a bevy of specifications to show audience how much their cars are better than their rivals in market. However, car owners know that numbers could be deceiving. Therefore people participate in competitions worldwide to see how their vehicles fare in the real world situations.

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