Super Duty Is A Mud-Bogging Beast (Video)

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Here’s Proof that a Ford Super Duty will Never Leave You Stranded!

Mud bogging has been around for ages, but only recently have we begun to see it become legitimately competitive. Part of that can be attributed to the Bounty Hole. It’s a huge mud trench that pits mud boggers against each other to see who can get to the other side first. Or in some cases, not get to the other side at all.

As a result, it’s a true test for even the biggest and baddest of trucks, and it’s highly entertaining to watch. Opposite to other forms of off-roading, there are hardly any rules to follow. Bounty Hole racing is loud, muddy, unforgiving, and hilarious. This YouTube video by MyYota85 takes us to the third annual “Turkey Shoot at Muddy Joe’s.”

The first truck to go through is a monster Super Duty dubbed “Dirty Intentions.” It navigates the troubled waters without any issues. Furthermore, it doesn’t even seem challenged. The same cannot be said for the trucks that follow, regardless of their size. Hence, most of them fall victim to the Bounty Hole in hilarious fashion.

A GMC that follows the Ford hardly makes it into the pit before getting stuck! A Chevy Silverado hopelessly spins its tires trying to get free. Finally, a Dodge Ram tries to navigate the hole sideways and joins the rest in the “fail bus.” Seriously, dude? Most of all, this is awesome video evidence that a Ford Super Duty won’t leave you stranded, no matter how deep in sh*t you are!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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