The Badass Diesel Trucks of Insta || The Best Burnouts/Rolling Coal Compilation #14

The Badass Diesel Trucks of Insta || The Best Burnouts/Rolling Coal Compilation #14

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It is my sons birthday and he is sick and can't have his sleep over he wants to get 10 likes and a birthday wish
What did they do to america. Made trucks
7.3 's make Cummins owners pee!
No weight on tires
I watched this video waiting to see that snub nosed pickup thing on your cover and you didn't have it in the video at all.that sucked.
This boys and girls is why you never buy a used truck with a tuner or even pillar guages. It could run half a mill. Miles but now it wont make 50 thousand without blowing up. One injection pump will take all your stance money. Oh no.
I’m disappointed in the click bait. Why? Would have subed
It’s all fun and games untill some one puts 900 inch rims on there truck and tires as thin as a rubber band on on the outside of em
d rod!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The person that photoshoped the thumbnail is retarded as fuck. First off there is no door for the driver to get into. Second there is no room for the engine in a regular sized pickup for that setup to work unless the engine was behind the cab. And finally the bed side is not straight. And IMO it looks gayer than Justin Bieber getting a hand job by a transvestite.
didnt watch video at all came here just to thumbs down for the fake picture i was number 885
who else thinks the thumbnail doesnt look too bad like a duramax corvair truck
Only thing that sucks about diesel trucks is all the smoke
0:20 “I bought 2 snowmobiles to help drift my cummins”
Gay Cummins fuckboys
Are diesel drivers born assholes, or do the fumes make em assholes?
Love hearing the Cummins just sendin it

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.