Ad Sense


Mud Life Magazine Feed

The Four Wheeler Network's Featured Vehicles showcase the best examples of customized off-road and four-wheel-drive trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs from around the country.
  1. In Parker County Texas, flooding has ravaged the area destroying homes, vehicles and leaving people stranded.
  2. A look at the Trucks Gone Wild Superbog 2015 at the Iron Horse Mud Ranch in Perry, Florida.
  3. Kia will bring a lifted Forte Koup to the 2015 SEMA Show with the intent to show the world a compact car can indeed be a mud bogger.
  4. Brick’s Off Road Park is located in southeastern Missouri, about a mud clod’s throw from Arkansas. The terrain in this area of Missouri is rolling, wooded, and prime for some great mudsports.
  5. Each fall, the Confederates battle the Yanks in a one-day, all-out, leave-nothing-on-the-table thrashfest for bragging rights and a little bit of cash. While both sides wave rebel flags proudly, the weapon of choice is a high-horsepower mud truck
  6. Over 1,000 4x4s Gathered in Maine for 3 Days of Mud Mayhem
  7. Diesel trucks offer plenty of tire spinning torque and seeing who has the most power isn’t anything new, and tug-o-war challenges are a cool way to find out.
  8. Check out the video and a huge photo gallery from the Trucks Gone Wild event at the South Berlin Mud Ranch near Moultrie, Georgia. The weekend was packed with slingin’, partyin’, and racin’.
  9. A girl that loves mud!
  10. The Halloween Mud Bash is an October tradition at Barnyard All Terrain, which is located near Livermore, Maine. Saunter into the 120-acre facility during the Bash and you’ll see scores of 4x4s
  11. Lenny Cooper’s story is an open book, a page-turner even Mark Twain couldn’t have made up. Just listen to any of the lyrics penned by the Original Mud Digger & you find that what you hear is what you get
  12. If mud has a PR problem, it hasn’t reached the folks who attended the 2014 Trucks Gone Wild Superbog at the Iron Horse Mud Ranch in Perry, Florida.
  13. Mega Trucks Rev Their Engines For The Most Exciting Race Season Yet!
  14. The Trucks Gone Wild Superbog boomeranged back to the Iron Horse Mud Ranch for the third year in a row in 2014, bringing with it the incredible 4x4 mud party we’ve all come to know and love.
  15. The 2014 Havoc was divided into four events spread over two days. The first day would hold timed runs: the BR Flooring Log Trap, the EMF Havoc Hills course, and the Riste Backhoe Island Hop.
  16. Swamp buggy racing is still a big deal, and the place to see it is The Florida Sports Park, which is located near Naples, the locale where swamp buggy racing originated.
  17. In the Mid-Sates Mud Racing Association (MSMRA), Carhartts and tow rigs that double as ranch trucks during the week have yet to be replaced by the matching crew uniforms and tractor trailers.
  18. Richie Keith of Columbia, Tennessee, owns this 1,600hp piece of mud-hucking equipment. It was originally built by Chop Fabrication in Florida but recently saw a makeover by Ryan Anderson and his crew.
  19. This badass mud-slingin’ Chevy S-10 is owned by Brion Geipel of Loxatachee, Florida. His homemade rig was built in Brion’s garage with his very supportive wife by his side the whole time.
  20. PSC Steering, Road Armor, McLeod Clutch, Rugged Radios, and more!
  21. The one thing we don’t talk about enough in Mud Life is safety and preventitive mintance on your rig.
  22. We are the crew that brings the party once the sun goes down. What’s better than getting the chance to meet our fans while mudding all day before hanging out at the party with them all night?
  23. This year’s party was at a new location, my bud Joe Wansley’s place. When it first started, Cecil basically was looking to have a party in the middle of winter and wanted to have a huge bonfire.
  24. This ’04 Silverado rolls around on 2½-ton Rockwell axles. Jimmy Faucett out of West Palm Beach, Florida, had this rig built in a little under three months with the help of friends.
  25. The Maverick is a gentleman, but make no bones about it—Mikel Knight is a Texas boy on the music scene and is one to be reckoned with.