My name is Tatiana, but my friends and family call me Tutta. I love writing articles that bring a little creativity to everyday life. Filip Mroz via Unsplash. With all of these plusses, how could you not want to be a proud truck owner? The only downside, in my opinion, would be that the tires are more expensive, but what do you expect with all of that rubber? Why do people name their vehicles?
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The huge pit is strangely dry, with a few semi-deep holes surrounded by a vast expanse of mud that is just deep enough to enjoy. The dry ground and shallow mud leads to some great high speed fun while the few deeper holes show that this big SUV can do some digging. There are no details provided on the vehicle, but based on the exterior design, this appears to be a Ford Bronco from the through model years. The video title calls it a truck, but if you look closely, you can clearly see the ridge where the removable top seals against the back of the cab. The cap has been removed and a divider has been added to keep mud from hitting the driver in the back of the head while also isolating the heat of the exhaust system poking up through the bed. As for upgrades, this Bronco sits considerably higher than a stock SUV, so it must have an upgraded suspension system, allowing the vehicle to handle the rough footing of the pit while also making plenty of room for the huge mud tires.