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Thread: Mud rod

  1. #11

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    Your mud truck seems to be in good position, i think minimum weight of Truck & Driver must be 3000 lbs. Vehicles must maintain full exterior truck-appearing body.
    No tubular chassis; must be built on full truck frame.
    i hope to see more pictures in future

  2. #12
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    That thing looks cool as ****. I'd like to see closer pictures if you have any.

  3. #13
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    Default very nice

    us guys in the north east think alike, i love that look, pics dont do justice, i cant tell whats under it for axles, gears, detroits/welded/ how big are the boggers, mayby a c6. thanks, kevin

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    Dont bring the little car with mud tires up in northern maine because you might cry when the real mud trucks come out to play. No just kidding looks good.

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    nh has some nice mud too

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    Default Mudrod

    Thanks guys! Sorry no time for pics, its got a 60 up front and a 10.25 out back both 4.10s. and both with have detroits. I just found out the truck is in the running for the TOP TRUCK CHALLENGE ! FOURWHEELER Magazine puts it on. Its one of fifty trucks tat will be pictured in the mag, then the readers(hopefully you) have to pick TEN to compete in some pretty nasty stuff. So my build has changed alittle.The voting will be in April issue! Any votes would be greatly appreciated. Its 4 sp now but will soon have c-6 and the boggers 39.5 and will cut soon!
    Last edited by TBAIRPAK; 01-09-2010 at 09:07 AM.

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    Default update

    A few pics.
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    Out of my ( $$$$$ ) leauge; Great looking machine though!

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    Default On our way to top truck challange

    here are some pics
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    NICE!!! Lookin good, good luck to you!
    I look forward to reading all about it.
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