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i'm Mark Williams For Pickup Trucks Dot Com And We're Here In Michigan For The First Half Of Our Ultimate Heavy-duty Challenge We're Doing Both Three-quarter-ton And One Ton Trucks With Payload With Trailers On The Road Track Testing Everything Everything You Want To Know About These Pickup Trucks Here We Have The Won Tons Let's See How They Did This HD Comparison Test Is Very Different Than Some Of Our Past Competitions Because Of The Size And Scope Of These Pickups We've Decided To Break This Pickup Trucks. Com Competitive Event Into Two Separate Weeks For Week One We Did All Of Our Testing In Michigan Where We Started Our HD Challenge At A NHRA Sanction Drag Strip About 30 Miles South Of Ann Arbor We Did Both 0 To 60 And Quarter Mile Acceleration Runs Both Empty And Loaded And Four Are Loaded Runs We Used A 16,000 Pound Gooseneck Double Axel Engineering Trailer That Basically Had A Whole Bunch Of 500 Pound Ingots Loaded Out Over The Rear Axles After Our Day At The Drag Strip We Headed To Gm's Milford Proving Grounds Where We Conducted Our Wide Open Throttle Runs Up A Seven Point Two Percent Grade Collecting Both 0 To 40 Times Off The Line And Quarter Mile Times All The Way To The Top Of The Hill Climb At The End Of Our Proving Ground Day We Ran 60 20 Brake Test Runs In Three Different Ways First Completely Empty No Trailer Second With Our 16,000 Pound Trailer Connected With The Benefit Of Trailer Brakes And Third With The Trailer Connected Without The Benefit Of Trailer Brakes Just To See How These Trucks Would Compare Our Second Week Of Testing Started In Las Vegas Where We Required Each Of The Three Truck Makers To Bring Us The Exact Trucks We Had A Week 1 Testing This Time We'd Be Talking Flat Bed Gooseneck Load Trail Double Axle Trailers With Payload Weighing About 20,000 Pounds Our First Test In Week Two Is A Flat-out Run Bottom To Top At The Infamous Davis Damn Hill Climb Where We Also Conducted Exhaust Brake Testing After Davis Dam We Told Our Monster Trailers With Our One Turbo Diesels Along The I-70 To The Eisenhower Grade And Dylan Colorado For Another Wide Open Throttle Bottom To Top Run And Exhaust Brake Test In All We Tested Each Turbo One-ton Dually Very Near Their Max Gcw Number In 19 Different Scored Events Of Course We Added To That Numerical Total Our Three Judges Scores For Each Truck Splitting The Empirical And Qualitative Scoring 6535.

So, Here Are The Results Finishing In Third Place Is The 2015 Ford F-350 Powerstroke Even Though At 17 Of 19 Events And Many Of Those Flat Out Acceleration Runs It Just Could Not Keep Up With The Better Suspensions Road Feel And Interiors Of The GMC And The Ram Heavy Duty Finishing In Second Place Is The 2014 Ram Heavy Duty 3500 Comments That Did Exceptionally Well In All The Big Distance Polls Offering The Strongest Most Confident And Comfortable Talking Experience Of The Group Our Judges Especially Like The Quality Interior And Its High-tech Features Unfortunately It Did Not Do Well Enough As An All-around Superstar. So, It Didn't Get More Points And In First Place The 2015 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Duramax Winning Almost Half Of All The Competitive Events And Placing First With Two Of Our Judges In Our Expert Scoring The GMC Was Our Best All-around Player Doing Just About Everything Well, If Not Winning The Important Categories Out Right Congrats To All Of Our Competitors For Making This 2014 Ultimate One-ton HD Challenge A Huge Success, But A Special Compliment To Our Winner The 2015 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Pickup Trucks Dot-coms Overall Winner. So, That's A Wrap For Our 2014 Ultimate Heavy-duty Challenge For All The Specs And Details Go To Pick Up Trucks.

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