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These pickups towing a single wide is the wildest thing you’ll see on the internet today


A pickup truck driver and his buddies attempt a little DIY heavy haul in Oklahoma — and it doesn’t go very well.

On Sunday, a Facebook user was on hand to chronicle a mobile home move that really has to be seen to be believed.

“A cummins towing the longest single wide I’ve ever seen is hauling a$$ at first but gets stuck on a turn. Then the redneck A team comes to the rescue in a OBS Ford, 1st gen Ram, Bronco and a Grand Cherokee. Dude grenades his drive shaft trying to drag a double long with barely any wheels on it. Did they steal this trailer? Is it a meth lab? Why are you trying to save a busted up trailer? Or did it fall apart during transit?” the Facebook post reads.

In the first video, a pickup with a heck of a set of stacks is spotted hauling the structure at high speeds on a rural roadway, doing what appears to be pretty serious damage to the already beat-up building before he gets stuck and calls in the cavalry.

Posted by Shitbox Buggy on Sunday, May 17, 2020

In the second clip, reinforcements have arrived — but they still aren’t able to get the job done.

Posted by Shitbox Buggy on Sunday, May 17, 2020

The Facebook user later updated the post: “Update they’re still out there trying to pull it. Also apparently the guy pulling the trailer originally in the video only has 1 leg and the Cummins is a manual….”


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