For Trails- Off-Road truck that is
customized for operation on unmade surfaces and rough terrain with low
traction areas, such as forest paths, or desert trails. These vehicles
will use all terrain and oversized tires, and are fitted with smaller
lift kits for a little extra ground clearance.
For Mudding- this is an Off-Road truck
that has been fitted with lifted suspension components for added ground
clearance and oversized tires with deep oversized treads to assist in
getting traction in swamps or deep mud. Some serious mudding vehicles
are fitted with “air intake snorkels” so that the water/mud will not be
easily sucked into the motor. If properly equipped, these trucks can
also be used for trails.
For Rock Crawling- This kind of Off Road
truck is the biggest of the bunch. These vehicles are fitted with the
biggest tires and giant lifts for Maximum ground clearance which is
used for climbing boulders and large jagged rocks. These vehicles are
also fitted with high-strength components to assist in making these
vehicles strong enough to handle the adverse effects of twisting the
suspension and chassis to its maximum in order to overcome is current
path over the rocky terrain. If properly equipped, these trucks can
also be used for mudding and for trails.
For Show- Sometimes Off-Road Trucks are
built strictly for show. These vehicles may still have all of the
heavy-duty components that the Trail, Mudding, and Rock Crawling
vehicles use/need, but are built for showing at car & truck
shows. These Show Trucks will have a lot of their components chrome
plated or painted for looks, and by the way we think they look awesome,
but these finishes will not hold up well in an off road situation due
to scratches and flying rock chips.