I was at a charity fund raiser yesterday with a few friends and there was a monster truck with a mud bog, which is a first for around here. The monster truck had small tires in comparison to the 66" regular ones, it was around maybe 54" tires with the same set-up as the monster trucks frame wise, 4-link and 4-wheel steer. There was about 12 trucks with small lifts and all went into the pit a few times. Also there was 6 cars set-up to be crushed and I was the only other one to drive up on them and again and again I returned, I had been romping through the mud for the same amount of time as car crushing I did slice one tire but not all the way through luckily. It was a lot of fun escepially since I was finially able to be a little monster truck for the kids in the crowd, they were loving it as much as I was. Even a couple times I came close to rolling it on its side when I was crawling on on only one half of the cars with my truck, so I just backed up off.
It was a benifit show for musicular distrophy and autism. I had a few pictures taken and will post them soon. I just wish the mud hole was a bit more challenging but as the day went by it got deeper thanks to all the participation and yes there was 3 dirty 94+ dodges including my friends cummins 6 wheeler stock. No one was dirtier than me though since I would stay out for a long time, 3 times longer than everyone else. I can't wait for next years event [2nd annual] for more fun.
I need 44" tires, I'm tired of getting stuck but still like taking the chance to see if the old dodge can go through it with ony 38.5's. I tried this the other day with Deano where 44's get stuck and I still got stuck of course. Bottomless goo but was fun trying...
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