Originally Posted by koochman450r
By puller truck do you mean a tow rig or an actual truck pull hooked to a sled deal? Towing keep long bed, more stable, more room for crap, usually better riding. Pulling truck, short bed. So you can get more weight transfer to back tires and shorter driveshafts.
Seems to me they put about 10,000 lbs of weight over the front bumper to keep the front end down for "Pulling Trucks". Longer wheel base for pulling as far as "weigh transfer" goes. BTW, there is no weight transfer, that requires an acceleration to happen. But you are right about the drive shaft length. Either way, I say short box, dually, stacks, truck nutz, howling wolf rear window sticker, chrome wheels, air horn and stripper mud flaps.