It’s tough to get pictures of every rig out at St Lucie Mud Jam when hundreds of trucks and thousands of fans are jam packed into 500 acres of mud. We try to get a shot of everyone but realistically it's not going to happen. So instead of trying posting each and every rig we shot out at the event, we picked the Top 10 trucks we saw tearing it up all weekend. These may not be the prettiest or fastest, but they were all going hard while we were around and we would rather see your rig buried in the mud than parked in the grass. So here are the Top 10 in our book for this event, but the next time you see our cameras, go wild and you could make the next list!
This badass 2.5-ton Jeep will be featured in an upcoming issue of Mud Life. There are a few good videos of it on our Instagram page so be sure to check them out at www.instagram.com/mudlifemag
Harley Mud Truck
Here is the Harley Davidson Super Duty that Ford should have built. Instead, Josh built this 2.5-ton mega-truck in record time and like everything else, it’s for sale!
A propane powered buggy that can go anywhere and through anything. What’s better than that?
This gold Ford was tearing through everything Mud Jam had to offer until it had a pretty nasty rollover. Safety is an important thing to remember at these events and luckily everyone got out OK.
This Dodge is known for rollin coal through the deepest parts of the pit. Just don’t lean on the exhaust stacks!
Justin Pun Young brought out his turbo LS powered Ford mega-truck. Adam Pela and Justin have been spending countless nights trying to get it running just right. Watch the video to see it mud running.
The Townsend F-350 has been called a fake more than any other truck we posted. We assure you this truck is real and it is badass!
You don’t have to have a mega-truck to have fun at these events. Bring whatever you have and let it loose.
Old square-body Chevy trucks are a huge hit at these events. This 4-linked and coil-overed truck is built right and run hard.
All Out Performance just released this insane tube-chassis mud racer. Tim and Linda Scott owe this unique rig and it’s one of the fastest trucks in the country.