Tractor pulling Fail Compilation!! All the action from 2018 that resulted in wild rides, wrecks, or fires. HAMMERED: Fails, Wild Rides, Wrecks, & Fires! Season 6
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    • WWPTV
      WWPTV

      Help us out, buy some gear! http://willwhitt.com/gear

      about 7 months ago
    • Warryck Scown
      Warryck Scown

      Bang! Hand goes to forehead !!

      about 3 days ago
    • Dave Micolichek
      Dave Micolichek

      That's the first time I've seen tire smoke from the rim...

      about 3 days ago
    • Myself andI
      Myself andI

      17:47 I could swear that says 'Grey Goose Farm PUILLNG TEAM' Looks like someone fucked up on the banner.

      about 10 days ago
    • Terry Duncan
      Terry Duncan

      The only full pulls are Chevys....

      about 14 days ago
    • Smart Ass
      Smart Ass

      Hell half of them break before they even come close to the end, and it's only 300 feet! Thousands of dollars and they can't even make one pass.

      about 17 days ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to Smart Ass

      SMH. Yesterdays parts are never as good as today's. Due to a lack of parts suppliers and the waiting for parts to get made/shipped, these pullers are leaving them in as long as they can. Most teams do not have the bankroll to have replacement parts just laying around. And like I said before, if they sit for too long they become obsolete. It is not a statement about not doing this or that. It is a combination of waiting for parts to fail, not having duplicates or bankroll to swap out parts when they suspect they are going away, and different tracks and sled that they may not be used to. I invite these guys and girls to go to other events kind of like cross training so they can learn if their setups work in other places. The best teams travel a lot and tend to know what parts hold up to different soil types, different leagues, etc. Because people from different areas do not build the same tracks same. That is why pullers need experience on different tracks. This is just a collection of breakage, nothing more, nothing less. I tried to make it fit the "Catastrophic" theme.

      And I didn't comment on one of your first points. Most of these runs are not their first runs down the track. On average the pullers I talk to make about 40 hooks a year including the off season/winter/indoor events. Some pullers have told me they pull upwards of 60 times a year.

      about 15 days ago
    • Smart Ass
      Smart Ass In reply to Smart Ass

      @WWPTV So what you keep saying is they don't spend enough money to get the job done.

      about 15 days ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to Smart Ass

      A spindle is only as strong as the welds. If one breaks, you are going to weld it better or make it more rigid somehow. You are always learning from your mistakes. A lot of these pullers do not do their own engine work. It gets sent out for that. Same with Dyno, etc. These teams aren't like NHRA where there are 5 people just standing around just waiting for their next task. It is usually one or two people per team and then help comes over if a puller is in need.

      What I mean to imply was that most of these problems/gremlins/engines (blocks, pistons, rods, rings, etc) are at the end of their life. And it is a tough life. These pullers are not asking them to just drag farm implements around the yard. They are pulling anywhere from 40,000 to 58,000 pounds that gets doubled somewhere around the 200-250 foot mark. It used to be you pull your tractor and a weighted sled where people every so often would jump on the sled as it got pulled down the track. And they used the measure with string and tape measures. It is way more advanced that that now obviously.

      I marvel at these mechanics because they keep coming back and bigger, stronger, more advanced each time. And you should know that technology changes in this sport about every 3-5 years. A seven year old build can be two cycles behind in terms of horsepower.

      about 15 days ago
    • Smart Ass
      Smart Ass In reply to Smart Ass

      @WWPTV So what your saying is these people suck as mechanics. How many times do the wheels have to break off before they beef them up so that doesn't happen.

      about 16 days ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to Smart Ass

      Most problems in the engine are already there. What you are seeing is the last straw on the camels back. In order to fix it most times, you have to have the breakage to show you what is wrong. I have heard pullers tell me they have been battling something, noise, flutter, knocking, and never could find it until it let go.

      about 17 days ago
    • Regivan Oliveira. MacCoy
      Regivan Oliveira. MacCoy

      Guys. Please. I would like to know what temperature these motors even reaches?

      about 19 days ago
    • Play it out
      Play it out In reply to Regivan Oliveira. MacCoy

      A few thousand degrees Celsius means a few more thousand degrees Fahrenheit.

      about 15 days ago
    • Cowboy Kody
      Cowboy Kody

      I like pullin, but pulling indoors is like playing soccer in a swamp

      about 29 days ago
    • Dave Micolichek
      Dave Micolichek In reply to Cowboy Kody

      I fail to see the comparison. You want them to pull in a swamp??🤔

      about 3 days ago
    • Benjamin Kerndt
      Benjamin Kerndt

      a lot of garbage tracks.

      about 1 month ago
    • Benjamin Kerndt
      Benjamin Kerndt In reply to Benjamin Kerndt

      @Olivia Jones correct. And i gave my opinion as an observer. I wasnt criticizing the sport, just the dirt work at those tracks. My opinion.

      about 29 days ago
    • Olivia Jones
      Olivia Jones In reply to Benjamin Kerndt

      @Benjamin Kerndt hint seen the events but never competed

      about 29 days ago
    • Benjamin Kerndt
      Benjamin Kerndt In reply to Benjamin Kerndt

      @Olivia Jones im just saying, ive seen a lot of pulls, and some of the tracks in the video have not been prepared very well. Sorry i offended you.

      about 29 days ago
    • Olivia Jones
      Olivia Jones In reply to Benjamin Kerndt

      Garbage track????? Dude that's the competition's challenge to the competitors to overcome that.. Look it up and how it works before criticising a sport.. I would know cause I've competed in this sport myself

      about 29 days ago
    • farm.central. ohio
      farm.central. ohio

      25:56 hello mr camera man, will this get me on your highlight video?

      about 1 month ago
    • farm.central. ohio
      farm.central. ohio

      When your tractor's front tires are in the air don't turn them, when they hit the ground again it's not going to go good. Shouldn't be that hard to figure that one out.

      about 1 month ago
    • wvXvxvXvw
      wvXvxvXvw

      If you ever wondered why drag racers run bead locks, watch 12:29. That tire never popped or broke the bead. It didn't even lose air pressure. It was spinning on the rim because there was more friction between the tire tread and ground than there was between the tire bead and wheel. I've only had this happen to me once on the dyno. I've ran bead locks ever since. Bead locks don't protect the tire in any way. They actually damage it. They aren't there to keep the bead from popping off of the lip. They are there to keep the tire from spinning on the wheel and losing all power on one side. They are never required or beneficial for standard pressure street driven vehicles. When a tire is inflated above 25psi a bead lock serves no purpose. It's when you lower the pressure, which decreases the amount of friction between the tire bead and wheel, and you put down a lot of power that they are useful. A bead lock doesn't protect the sidewall, it damages it. When you put bead locks on a truck, then take it off-roading with more than 25psi, you are damaging the sidewall and gaining nothing in return. If you hit a rock hard enough to lose a bead then you hit it hard enough to rip open the sidewall. Without a bead lock the tire will usually just dismount and can be re-inflated. With a bead lock the tire can't get away from whatever it hits so the sidewall is what takes the damage. That usually can't be re-inflated.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dave Micolichek
      Dave Micolichek In reply to wvXvxvXvw

      Bullshit! I have seen Drag Radials, without bead locks, spin in the rim at 25+ psi before.... They are NOT just for lower inflated tires.

      about 3 days ago
    • localcrew
      localcrew

      I’d put Halon fire extinguishers on those big ol’ honkin’ tractors.

      about 1 month ago
    • localcrew
      localcrew In reply to localcrew

      True...

      about 1 month ago
    • Craig G
      Craig G In reply to localcrew

      Some of these guy weren't smart enough to shut them down ,now you want them to think about hitting the fire button

      about 1 month ago
    • Ryan CHRISTOPHER
      Ryan CHRISTOPHER

      i see allot of ford junk

      about 1 month ago
    • Rocket Man
      Rocket Man

      Something about seeing POS chevys explode gives me a warm fuzzy feeling..

      about 1 month ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to Rocket Man

      Things break doesn't matter the brand, the best, the least, the immaculate. Things will break under stress. You hope things will stay together as long as possible. That's all you can hope for. And that the budget is there when it goes! I just hope these pullers are saving money for rainy days as well.

      about 17 days ago
    • blackhawks81H
      blackhawks81H In reply to Rocket Man

      Take it easy bud. Everything in the entire video broke. And it included pretty much every brand of truck, tractor and totally made up shit with 5 engines, that ever existed. So I guess everything is a POS... glad we learned something here today.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Phillips
      Andrew Phillips

      @33:55 no helmet, no fire suit, no gloves, and doesn't even look like he is wearing a safety belt. Only a matter of time dude!

      about 1 month ago
    • Dave Micolichek
      Dave Micolichek In reply to Andrew Phillips

      Yea. That's pretty crazy that he was even allowed on the track with ZERO safety gear at all.

      about 3 days ago
    • Bryan Justis
      Bryan Justis

      Wooo hooo watch me tear the piss out of my daily driver......

      about 1 month ago
    • Dennis Greiwe
      Dennis Greiwe

      3:23.. I for real thought the driver was planning on "fffffffffttt fffftttt" on that fire when he started getting out of the seat.... I was like wait... He aint tryin to... No, ok, never mind, he's just shutting off the fuel safety valves or something like that and getting unbuckled in case it got too hot in that seat for him..

      about 2 months ago
    • Skeleton Head
      Skeleton Head

      Great show, but why is everyone so excited when someone's machine get broken? Its repair must cost a bunch of money including work. Can someone explain to me please? I'm not american so i cannot understand this.

      about 2 months ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to Skeleton Head

      The thing about parts is that it takes forever to get them. The pay for winning is minuscule so you can't afford extras of much other than old parts you have upgraded over time. And even if you have the funds getting them done, you have to get in the queue behind bigger teams paying more that are chasing grand national championships. It is isn't like drag racing where you take all the extra parts and rebuild engines under a fan-cooled awning. Pullers cut it super thin and the fans know this. But I will say this and I couldn't as recent as January, swapping out pistons on several of these tractors, a handful of help can get pistons swapped out in about 5 hours. So if they have parts, they can get it done and back on the track immediately even next day. Also parts in pulling tends to stay relevant for five years. After that much time, you will need the latest gear or you will be chasing others tech advances.

      about 2 months ago
    • Skyler Blumer
      Skyler Blumer In reply to Skeleton Head

      Also that's why you have sponsors to help with the cost and time and work that goes into them

      about 2 months ago
    • Skyler Blumer
      Skyler Blumer In reply to Skeleton Head

      It's like nascar or drag racing, yea it sucks but its carnage

      about 2 months ago
    • Stiffy GoaTs
      Stiffy GoaTs

      Idk a whole lot about the science behind this but this sport seems very abusive to engines 😂

      about 3 months ago
    • rc Ohio
      rc Ohio

      That Ford at about 12:00 is friggin beautiful! I’m a Ford guy through and through (as the only American company with a real racing heritage) but there’s no disputing the Cummins is the true winner in pulling!

      about 3 months ago
    • CrawlerJamie
      CrawlerJamie

      I find is funny when they break because what the heck are they even doing 😂😂

      about 3 months ago
    • Dopey NightlifeTV
      Dopey NightlifeTV

      3:03 BAIL OUT!!! BAIL OUT!!! 😧😧. 14:03 when the commentator goes lawd have mercy 😂😂 23:18 aw man not the tires.

      about 3 months ago
    • Cautiously Optimistic
      Cautiously Optimistic

      Hold my beer !!!!!!!

      about 3 months ago
    • kingkobra
      kingkobra

      that 2wd Colorado breaks constantly

      about 4 months ago
    • MAGGOT VOMIT
      MAGGOT VOMIT In reply to kingkobra

      *Yep and the guy driving the Red Tractor, that constantly over corrects and goes out of bounds. Somebody needs to Sooflex the Dumbass outa him!!*

      about 3 months ago
    • Carolyn Jones
      Carolyn Jones

      This was really awesome, and that's coming from someone who used to be a member of an Antique Tractor Club, our sled held water though. The club has since broke up, (we lost too many members from cancer and other Illness'.) God Bless You.

      about 5 months ago
    • Scott H
      Scott H

      Back again guys thanks for the great video

      about 5 months ago
    • NPC #303
      NPC #303

      12:57 that looks like a West Virginia inspection sticker in the front left corner of the windshield of that red dodge lol i love it.

      about 5 months ago
    • WWPTV
      WWPTV In reply to NPC #303

      Real close to VA/WV line maybe 10 minutes from there when at Berryville, Virginia.

      about 5 months ago
    • Frosty
      Frosty

      14:07 was my favorite!


      LAAWD HAVE MERCY! 😆

      about 5 months ago
    • Frosty
      Frosty In reply to Frosty

      😆 Every time

      about 5 months ago
    • Vincent Robinette
      Vincent Robinette

      And......That's when the wheels came off.

      about 5 months ago
    • Wijibo
      Wijibo In reply to Vincent Robinette

      Drive it till the wheels fall off indeed.

      about 3 months ago