How big are we talking about? When I hear "big truck", I think of a Class 8 semi. I'm guessing you're referring to something like a full-size pickup. If it were me, I'd opt for a 1987 or earlier Silverado, before they started using IFS. A per-94 Dodge Ram with a solid front axle would also do nicely, especially with the 12 valve common rail Cummins 6BT diesel. After that, everything went to Independent Front Suspension except for the Ford F-Series. The new 6.7 Powerstroke diesel seems a good power plant, but I would never get one with the 6.0 or 6.4 diesels.
The make and model of the truck or car does not determine the suitability for mudding. In fact, any car or truck that has the ability to use all wheel drive is the perfect choice for mudding, as long as the car also has the correct mud tires.
You can buy mudding trucks on sale from a number of sources. Some of the more well known sites include "4wheelonline", "justtires". "tirepackage". You can also look on "tgwforum" - a forum dedicated to mudding trucks.
CHEVROLET make the best trucks. Fords are good, too
They have good power, but the engine is very heavy.They have good power, but the engine is very heavy.
Chevrolet manufactures the Mudding 4x4. Chevy Mudding 4x4 is a heavy duty truck that can be used on rough and wet roads. It has a strong engine and good grip.
He can do it with 3 big trucks and cannot do with fewer than 3 trucks.
The first Toyota made and brought to America was called the Stout. It was released in 1964 and since then, Toyota has been releasing many 4X4 trucks to enjoy mudding around in.
No :) there just big cars and trucks :d
Mudding is slang for driving a vehicle off road, specifically in a muddy area.
If you are looking for big trucks for sale you can go to a yard where they sell semi trucks it just depends on how big you are looking to go you can also go to just a normal dealership.
Any kind of trucks. Big trucks, small trucks, cool trucks, hot trucks, awesome trucks, bad trucks, and best of all monster trucks. Glad to be of assistance to you.