Tag: Marcus Slater

Muddy Mondays: Powerstroke Mudder Saved by Twin Diesels

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Half the fun of messing around in the mud is getting stuck in it. It’s like testing the limits of what is possible for you and your truck.

Sometimes (frequently) the mud wins. In other types of automotive shenangigans, the fun is over when your vehicle can’t move anymore. A guy driving a powerstroke got to feel exactly what that’s like in the video below. Lucky for him, mudding is a little different from other types of hoonage in that the escape is almost as fun as getting stuck in the first place.

  Comments | By - February 18, 2013

Muddy Mondays: Dually Ram Gets Dirty

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Welcome to Muddy Mondays! Where we bring you clips and photos of Trucks getting down and dirty. Do you go mudding? Send us your videos and photos and we’ll include you in this weekly feature! There will always be a soft spot in my heart for duallys. They’re huge, incredibly useful, and powerful. They’re also […] More »

  Comments | By - February 11, 2013

Diesel Ram Unleashes Epic Burnout

It’s Friday! There aren’t many better ways to celebrate other than an enormous, ridiculously smoky burnout. Seriously, this thing creates it’s own weather system when he gets on it. He’s got the thunder and clouds, all that’s left is lightning.

  Comments | By - June 15, 2012

Crazy Guy Jumps Ram 2500 Into Lake

The formula is simple: Take a lifted truck, add a lake, and then add enough crazy until you start seeing results. We certainly can’t be that reckless all the time, but honestly, it’s times like this that make us glad that someone can. Does he survive? How deep is that lake? Did he really need […] More »

  Comments | By - April 25, 2012

SRT Viper Gets Second Teaser

What is it? Well, it’s the second in a series of extremely vague teasers from SRT concerning the new Viper. Clearly the dark part is a carbon fiber pit of some-sort, maybe a scoop. When did the Viper ever have carbon fiber scoops?

  Comments | By - February 21, 2012

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