Tires vs. Mattracks
This is a short comparison demonstrating the difference between tires and
tracks. 44" tires with Dana 60's and lockers would not get you through the
snow like the Mattracks. Yes, they are more expensive, and not for
everyone, but if you need to get through snow, mud, sand or any other soft
material they cannot be beat.
Mission to Snow
Spring snow wheeling of 2011. All of the roads that we ran were legal and
open for motorized vehicles. We were the first ones up there so it was
trailbreaking all day. The drifts were 10' rollers in spots, one right
after another. Running 0-2 psi on this trip. No powder, it was all
crusty, windblown drifted ridge running so staying on top was the challenge
of the day. Great time, thanks everyone.
Rock Bouncers Take Over Trucks Gone Wild
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The local Rock Bouncers pretty much took over the Trucks Gone Wild event at
Wheeling in the Country in Summertown, TN. These guys put on one heck of a
show for all the spectators.. It's always a good time watching these guys
hit some of the nastiest trails in the SouthEast!!
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Russian Truck Sliding on Snow - Insane Driver
Russian truck driver driving uphill and sliding truck on snow in free time.
Amazing Russian truck Kamaz driving skills sliding downhill with people
Sliding drift down during winter!
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You will have to play "My Friend Of Misery" by Metallica for the music that
is supposed to go with this video. January 17th Poker Run. I took my
Stepside on 42" Iroks, Dwayne with the Suzuki Samurai on 36" Iroks, Travis
in the 4-Runner on 35" BFG's, Marvin and Sam in the '72 Chevy, Tim in the
Cherokee and Randy in the Ford Flatbed. Travis, Dwayne and myself were the
only ones to make the loop. I had the largest tires and got around best (of
the trucks). Dustin and Richard were there on 4-wheelers and Dustin's
4-wheeler had tracks which went everywhere. I could almost go wherever I
wanted with the 42's on the Stepside, it just wasn't very fast breaking
BRAND NEW CHEVY BEATDOWN!
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This guy saw the buggies hill climbing and said hell his Chevy Truck could
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