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  • Conservatives Purposely Making Cars Spew Black Smoke

    Jul 5, 2014 Facebook Pickup trucks customized to spew black smoke into the air are quickly becoming the newest weapon in the culture wars. "Coal Rollers" are diesel trucks modified with chimneys and equipment that can force extra fuel into the engine causing dark black smoke to pour out of the chimney stacks.

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  • Rolling coal Wikipedia

    Rolling coal is the practice of modifying a diesel engine to increase the amount of fuel entering the engine in order to emit large amounts of black or grey sooty exhaust fumes into the air. It also may include the intentional removal of the particulate filter. Practitioners often additionally modify their vehicles by installing smoke 

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  • Idiot Coal Rollers Are Smoking Out Environmentalists, Literally

    Jul 7, 2014 "Antienvironmentalists have found a new medium for exhausting their anger: exhaust. Literally. Some truck enthusiasts are intentionally producing copious amounts of diesel exhaust, spewing black smoke into the air as a form of political protest. It's called "rolling coal." Voiv covered the subculture in an 

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  • The EPA Just Said That This Whole 'Rolling Coal' Thing Is Illegal

    Jul 8, 2014 In case you've missed this weird bit of noncontroversy over the past few weeks, it all began when Voiv first ran a story the other week about the phenomenon known as "rolling coal," or basically just driving an enormous pickup with a diesel engine with noxious black clouds of smoke blowing everywhere 

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  • Colorado is Smoking Out Coal Rollers Practice to Be Made Illegal

    May 4, 2017 The smoking work truck is an equipment violation. A sympathetic judge can give a selfemployed pool guy more time to fund the repairs than he would a journeyman plumber. Rolling coal is a criminal act. A shorttempered judge can take into account the disposable income / spare time "Bro" has available 

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  • 'Rolling Coal' in Diesel Trucks, to Rebel and Provoke The New

    Sep 4, 2016 Still, an obscure Colorado state law, a holdover from the days when diesel was far dirtier, allows officers to cite coal rollers that blow smoke for at least five seconds at more than 40 percent opacity, or thickness. Using a "smoke machine" that burns toluene, Mr. Elick has trained 55 police officers to discern 

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  • WTF Is Rolling Coal? Car Throttle

    Rolling coal is the combination of throwing a large amount of fuel into the engine's cylinders along with the bypassing or removal of the emission control devices further downstream. By flicking a switch rigged up onboard to the ECU, the air/fuel mixture can be made extremely rich, pushing it past the optimum combustion 

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  • LOESCHEMILLS

    We have been successfully involved in the processing and grinding of solid fuels since 1925, with the main emphasis being on coal. Loesche technology rollers. • The speciallydeveloped hydraulic roller relief system enab les grinding of different fuels (both hard and soft) and impro ves the machine control response.

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  • Rolling Coal: Conservatives who show their annoyance with liberals

    Jul 3, 2014 "Prius Repellent" is a perfect introduction to one of the Obama era's great conservative subcultures: the men and women who "roll coal." For as little as $500, anyone with a diesel truck and a dream can install a smoke stack and the equipment that lets a driver "trick the engine" into needing more fuel.

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  • Republicans Are the "Rolling Coal" Party The New Republic

    Jun 5, 2017 From Paris withdrawal to Obamacare repeal, their agenda is just like the juvenile truckpollution trend: Its goal is to piss off liberals.

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  • Rolling Coal: Conservatives who show their annoyance with liberals

    Jul 3, 2014 "Prius Repellent" is a perfect introduction to one of the Obama era's great conservative subcultures: the men and women who "roll coal." For as little as $500, anyone with a diesel truck and a dream can install a smoke stack and the equipment that lets a driver "trick the engine" into needing more fuel.

    >>READ
  • 'Rolling Coal' in Diesel Trucks, to Rebel and Provoke The New

    Sep 4, 2016 Still, an obscure Colorado state law, a holdover from the days when diesel was far dirtier, allows officers to cite coal rollers that blow smoke for at least five seconds at more than 40 percent opacity, or thickness. Using a "smoke machine" that burns toluene, Mr. Elick has trained 55 police officers to discern 

    >>READ
  • 'Coal Rollers' Revel in Clouds of Black Smoke Newsweek

    Jul 8, 2014 "Coal rollers" modify their diesel trucks with smoke stacks and smoke switches, which increases the amount of fuel that is dumped into the engine, sell, or install a part for a motor vehicle that bypasses, defeats, or renders inoperative any emission control device," reads one section of the EPA's website.

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  • Another State Has Just Banned The Dumb Practice Of Rolling Coal

    May 29, 2017 First it was Colorado, then New Jersey. And now, according to The Washington Post, Maryland is the latest US state to ban the practice of rolling coal. If you're a coal roller and live in Maryland, this means you have until October 1 to continue doing your dumb hobby until it becomes illegal. After this date 

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  • WORLD'S SICKEST COAL ROLLERS!! YouTube

    Nov 2, 2012 Get your TripleX Tshirts, hoodies, koozies, stickers, DVD's & more at Compilation of the absolute fastest passes from Die

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  • Howto Guide To Modify Trucks For Coal Rollin The Daily Caller

    Jul 10, 2014 Conservative truck owners have a new way to rebel against environmentalists and the government's obsession with carbon footprints: trickingout diesel pickups with coal stacks that spew black smoke. Called "coal rollers," these smoky renegades use their sweet chimney stacks to smokeout hybrids by 

    >>READ
  • The EPA Just Said That This Whole 'Rolling Coal' Thing Is Illegal

    Jul 8, 2014 In case you've missed this weird bit of noncontroversy over the past few weeks, it all began when Voiv first ran a story the other week about the phenomenon known as "rolling coal," or basically just driving an enormous pickup with a diesel engine with noxious black clouds of smoke blowing everywhere 

    >>READ
  • Rolling coal Wikipedia

    Rolling coal is the practice of modifying a diesel engine to increase the amount of fuel entering the engine in order to emit large amounts of black or grey sooty exhaust fumes into the air. It also may include the intentional removal of the particulate filter. Practitioners often additionally modify their vehicles by installing smoke 

    >>READ
  • WORLD'S SICKEST COAL ROLLERS!! YouTube

    Nov 2, 2012 Get your TripleX Tshirts, hoodies, koozies, stickers, DVD's & more at Compilation of the absolute fastest passes from Die

    >>READ
  • Rolling coal: Canadian diesel truck lovers insist they're not like U.S.

    Jul 16, 2014 "It's an intentional middle finger to the environmentalists and the EPA." Indeed, the EPA (the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) says "rolling coal" is illegal because it contravenes the Clean Air Act. The legislation prohibits tampering with or removing emission control devices from vehicles after they've 

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  • 'Coal Rollers' Revel in Clouds of Black Smoke Newsweek

    Jul 8, 2014 "Coal rollers" modify their diesel trucks with smoke stacks and smoke switches, which increases the amount of fuel that is dumped into the engine, sell, or install a part for a motor vehicle that bypasses, defeats, or renders inoperative any emission control device," reads one section of the EPA's website.

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  • How Coal Rollers Work HowStuffWorks

    So far, it seems there are few actual consequences to coal rolling. Enforcement of these rules is done at a higher level, in that it's illegal to make, sell, or install parts that allow a vehicle to override federally mandated emissions controls, or what the EPA calls "defeat devices." One example is a computer chip or software 

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  • How Coal Rollers Work HowStuffWorks

    So far, it seems there are few actual consequences to coal rolling. Enforcement of these rules is done at a higher level, in that it's illegal to make, sell, or install parts that allow a vehicle to override federally mandated emissions controls, or what the EPA calls "defeat devices." One example is a computer chip or software 

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  • New Bill Seeks $5,000 Fine for Rolling Coal » AutoGuide News

    Mar 25, 2015 a new bill that would directly target coal rollers. SEE ALSO: AutoGuide Truck of the Year Shootout. The bill seeks to amend the current Environmental Protection Act and states that, "no person shall retrofit any dieselpowered vehicle with any device, smoke stack, or other equipment that enhances the 

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  • There's Nothing Wrong with Rolling Coal VICE

    Jul 11, 2014 Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of hype and hysteria over "rolling coal," a redneck motorsport trend that involves tricking out diesel pickup trucks to emit giant plumes of black smoke. Mostly, this is done for fun or performance enhancement, but nowadays it seems the kids are "rolling coal" to 

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  • These 3 GOP lawmakers killed an anti'Rolling Coal' bill in Colorado

    May 2, 2016 Blowing a cloud of black smoke from the tailpipes of a dieselengine truck to annoy pedestrians and motorists is called rolling coal, and it's a cultural pastime among a particular set of individual. The practice is also illegal in Colorado. The trouble is police have a problem enforcing laws against it, according 

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  • TEXAS COAL ROLLERS!! YouTube

    Jul 8, 2015 The NHRDA Diesel Nationals come to Texas twice a yearin the Spring, and then again for World Finals in the Fall. The Spring event had a giant attendance a

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  • Howto Guide To Modify Trucks For Coal Rollin The Daily Caller

    Jul 10, 2014 Conservative truck owners have a new way to rebel against environmentalists and the government's obsession with carbon footprints: trickingout diesel pickups with coal stacks that spew black smoke. Called "coal rollers," these smoky renegades use their sweet chimney stacks to smokeout hybrids by 

    >>READ
  • VW may be sorry, but 'rolling coal' diesel polluters make no apologies

    Oct 14, 2015 While Volkswagen executives turn on a spit, apologizing for their role in the ongoing diesel emissions cheating scandal, another group of polluters isn't sorry at all. They're the "rolling coal" guys, who use aftermarket software programs and other devices to turn their EPA approved diesel pickup trucks into 

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  • You May Want to Slow Your Coal Roll in Texas StateImpact Texas

    Jul 10, 2014 Reprogramming of emissions equipment is hard to detect in state inspections since Texas does not require emissions testing for diesel engines. There is a visual On online diesel forums, some owners have reported that it can be easy to pass inspection with a truck customized to roll coal. One user on the 

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  • No more 'rolling coal' on Maryland roads The Washington Post

    May 26, 2017 Maryland has banned the practice of "rolling coal" in which drivers of diesel pickup trucks intentionally spew black exhaust at pedestrians, cyclists and other motorists. Yes, it's a thing. The Internet abounds with videos. As of Oct. 1, motorists who intentionally blow visible exhaust at a person or vehicle can be 

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