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The Muddy Bottoms Bounty Hole has never been pulled the full 300ft. Each year though, the trucks are bigger and badder, so it was inevitable that someone would eventually collect the $5500 bounty.
Entries were as follows:
Congratulations to Mike Kelley for his recent acquisition of STROKE THIS and his win in the Bounty Hole!
Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park near Sarepta, Louisiana - March 25, 2017
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Well whaddaya know... The 3 trucks with the highest axle clearance got the farthest.. The rest were just plowing mud. Never went muddin on this scale before but even i saw this coming before i clicked play lol.
It's the world's biggest chocolate cake, and these are the egg beaters :P
I was hoping "The Internet Breaker" (the one with the dualies) would get through, but the massive suspension and differential just started pushing mud. Perhaps a declined plane mounted in front of the suspension to direct mud underneath?
People wondering how they afford this stuff. Well for 1 they probably live in a house that's either paid off or only costs them about $600/mo to live in. 2: They probably work a hard labor job doing construction/logging/excavating etc etc getting paid $30-50/hr. Just my assumption
All of that money spent just to spin tires and go nowhere, I bet you feel stupid, don't they make atvs and utvs for this? It would be alot cheaper, how do these people afford this, all I do is work and I barely have enough money to pay my bills... the only good thing I saw that came from these type of trucks is rescuing people in Houston in last year's hurricane.
Seems like the dually had different gearing on the two diffs. The rear tires seemed to be moving at about half the rate of the front. Wouldn't the trick be to have the rear spinning faster with more weight and the front just cutting path?
Anyway, excuse my ignorance. Just commenting on what I seen on the video.
Sad I can't be there.... I've designed a front & rear end axel device(bolt on,)that I can guarantee that bounty,and will traverse any mud and the one issue that boggs you down,no matter lift,or how high up,or big your tires are..."axel-dozing"....nuff said!!! Looks like it was good turnout.
Dude ever body gotta stop with this clan shit
Because white people are out mudding and tearing up land with rebel flags hanging off the back of the truck dont make us racist if your black yellow green pink blue chameleon doesn't matter bro get out there and enjoy life
so many of those looked like they would have made it (or at least made a much better run) if they didn't run into the hole someone in front of them dug into the spot they stopped at, aaand then proceeded to dig the hole deeper.