• Chevy K10 Big Green vs. Dodgezilla vs Pulling Trees: Extreme Landscaping with Project Trucks

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    Chevy K10 Big Green vs. Dodgezilla vs Old Trees

    What to do if you have two dead trees in your yard? Pull them down with your project trucks – of course! This is precisely what Mr Truck and Roman decided to do one Friday afternoon. Roman brought our 1985 Chevy K10 project Big Green, while Mr Truck revved up his 1994 Dodgezilla Overkill.

    Our Big Green squarebody truck is powered by a new Chevy Performance ZZ6 350 cu-in V8 with throttle-body fuel injection. The engine is rated at 400 horsepower by Chevrolet with the original carburetor.

    Dodgezilla still has the original 318 cu-in V8 engine block, but the entire truck and engine have been reworked and updated to push over 230 horsepower with an additional help of a tuner.

    Both project trucks are lifted and have big knobby tires. What happens when they pull down two dead trees? Watch the video and join this fun landscaping project!

    Andre Smirnov
    Andre Smirnov
    Andre Smirnov is an Automotive Enthusiast, Producer, Reviewer, Videographer, Writer, Software Engineer, Husband, Father, and Friend.

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    5 thoughts on “Chevy K10 Big Green vs. Dodgezilla vs Pulling Trees: Extreme Landscaping with Project Trucks

    1. Loved the video even if it was somewhat anticlimactic…

      I’m never that fortunate. Every time I’ve chained up to a tree it ended up having more roots than trunk!
      I end up using momentum, shovels, and an ax to yank them up a bit at a time while digging and chopping roots.
      And I use seatbelts because the tree halting the trucks movement can be violent at times. But +100 for old vehicles with chimes that can be removed!

    2. You guys got off way too easy, try that on a tree in Canada and you will learn of the peonage that comes with working with Canadian trees. Now I did appreciate the lady bug joke.

    3. I once brought home a backhoe from work to take out 2 huge stumps at my old house. Figured with no leverage a 4×4 would likely not do it. So I get the outriggers set, ready for war and sort of accidentally bump the first one with the bucket about as a hard as a baby punches and the stump just flops over…….I looked around to make sure no one was watching and laughing and loaded that backhoe right back up on the trailer.

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