Arm Over Arm Truck Pull



Love the seated sled pull, but want a bit more of a challenge? Try it with a truck. Nice one.


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John Brookfield and Jon Bruney.

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Derek Boyer.Meet Australian strongman Derek Boyer. At the 18th Winton Outback Festival he set a new world record for truck pulling, by shifting a 70 tonne road train 5 metres (video [.mov, 6.2mb])....


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