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September 15, 2007

Firemen Lift Car Using Water

at 5:54 am. Filed under Crazy Hacks, What Were They Thinking


Ever wonder how much force is coming out the end of a fire hose? Well watch this video to answer that question. Looks like 8 fire hose water jets can lift an entire car!


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12 Responses to “Firemen Lift Car Using Water”

  1. Alexander Says:

    Now that’s a good way to commute.

  2. ME! Says:

    So that’s why there was no water pressure yesterday when my house was burning down.

  3. feki00 Says:

    Water pressure is no problem, there wasnt any firemen, all of them was playing “lift-a-car-using-water”.

  4. ryan Says:

    wow……………………that is AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. mrmeval Says:

    It has TERRIBLE miles per gallon.

  6. dude78 Says:

    more like gallons per mile

  7. Stephen Carboni Says:

    I just went to a fireman’s convention and I’d wish they would have done that there.

  8. chris noto Says:

    That’s awsome, I want to ride in the car though while they do it.

  9. Babble Says:

    Is anyone else wondering why this car tilts to the left, but doesn’t move to the left on it’s way up? Is this thing tethered in some way? There’s either gotta be something hindering lateral movement, or this vid is a fake.

  10. Tom Says:

    Yes, there’s straps holding it down. They’re visible.

  11. chris Says:

    the german fireman domonstrate the power of water …coooool


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