ok, i have looked at this thread long enough, i have to ask... i can not do that to save my life. my truck will not burn out (in forward) for anything. i can powerbrake it and all it will do is chirp. now it will damn near snatch the front tires off the street and i am by no means complaining, but every now and then you want to let out a squeel, or actully a howl. like i said before, this is in forward, in reverse it will roast em. is this some type of anti-slip in the auto tranny? that is the only thing i can figure? does anyone know?
96 Dodge Ram 1500 360 w/ auto trans. Extras include JBA headers, K&N filter, Mopar computer, 35,000 lbs trans cooler, shift kit, 3" Skyjacker sysrem, 4.10 gears detriot locker, and 35X12.50 tires on 15X10 rims.
Soon to come 5" skyjacker, Mopat R/T cam and heads.
I've got the 360, auto, and 4.10's with the factory LSD and 33's.
I've never tried to burn my tires (due to cost)but when I'm pulling out into a tight gap in traffic I've had my truck sideways across 2 lanes of traffic 3 different times!!!
Even under moderate throttle it chirps the inside tire around turns.
Maybe it's the 35's changing your gear ratio?
My truck did this with the Goodyear GSA's and now with my pro comp M/T's.
What in the hell???? How in the hell???? No way in hell!!!!. You must have dumped bleach on the ground to make it easier to peel oput like that. I mean I have the 360 auto with 4.56 gears front and back, trac-lock antislip diff, 315 x-terrains, K&N air filter, and dual exaust and I dont think I can smoke em like that. I havent tried yet and dont think I will but it just sbout seems imposible. Now I know when I fly out into traffic I can chirp the tires without meaning to but burn out loke that on soft rubber 36 swampers damn!!!!1
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