1992 the exhilarating and Exhausting world of monster trucks was now a reality. A rental truck to carry the tires, a borrowed trailer and a 1200 mile trek to Pennsylvania began our journey. Now many years later, 3 custom semi's later, 5 GunSlingers later, here we are! Simply amazing!
Monster 4x4 Mud Trucks at Good Time 4x4's June 12Th 2011
Thanks to the Good Time 4x4's Club for having us at there event for the
last 3 years and running, Dave Morey the President of the Club and The Rest
of the Crew did one hell of a Job with this event this time and had things
running pretty good. Hope to see more of them in the Years coming up... You
also can see more videos like this one at our website at
Beast Monster Truck .......walk around
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO
ENGINE: 540 CUBIC INCH BLOWN ALCOHOL INJECTED BY FOWLER ENGINES.
TRANSMISSION: MODIFIED 400 turbo BY BIG
AXLES: PATRICK HOUSING 106 AXLES FRONT & REAR WITH CLARK PLANETARY ENDS.
SUSPENSION: 8 NITROGEN BY-PASS SHOCKS WITH 30 INCHES OF TRAVEL.
TRANSFER CASE: SCS ALUMINUM DROP BOX.
DRIVE SHAFTS: CUSTOM MADE BY HEAVY DUTY PARTS.
WHEELS: VORES WELDING RACING WHEEL.
TIRES: 66X42X25 FIRESTONE.
CHASSIS:2009 CUSTOM 2" TUBE DESIGNED & BUILT BY BEAST-WERX.
BODY: FIBERGLASS WITH REMOVABLE DOORS & ONE PIECE FRONT END.
PAINT: FRAME AND PARTS ONLY BASF PAINT SUPPLIED BY PERFORMANCE PAINT. (BODY
IS ACTUALLY A VYNIL WRAP DECAL BY BOK-SIGNS.)
SAFETY FEATURES: FULL ROLL CAGE, RACING HARNESS TO INCLUDE HANS DEVICE,
FIRE SUPRESSION SYSTEM, CUSTOM DRIVE SHAFT LOOPS, U-JOINT, BRAKE ROTOR, AND
TRANSMISSION SHIELDS, MANUAL AND ELECTRONIC SHUT-OFF SYSTEM, AND CUSTOM
Monster truck Crusher on fire after stunt goes wrong
At Santa Pod Monster Truck Nationals 2011 the Crusher monster truck tried
to climb over a fire engine. It went wrong and the truck ended up stuck on
it's back wheels and had to be winched down. Fire crews were called for the
engine which went on fire after all the oil and fuel came out.
Some people have pointed out that the engine should have been remotely cut
off with RII instead of leaving the truck vertical with the engine running.