America was built on the pickup truck, and for the past few decades trucks have remained the most popular-selling vehicles by a wide margin in the U.S.A. The Chevy pickup, through all its incarnations, has remained a staple in business fleets and personal use for as long as most people can remember.
As long as people have owned pickups, they’ve modified them for a wide range of uses, including the always-popular pastime of mudding.
If you’re really into mudding, and Chevy trucks, then you’re going to love this next video. because that is all that it is. No deep philosophical double meanings, no drag racing, nothing but mud and Chevys ahead.
It’s not just a southern thing anymore either. Wherever there’s mud and pickups, there is mudding.
As you may know, there is more than one kind of mudhole, and more than one technique to traversing the mud. The more cautious and slow-paced technique of slowly working your way from one end of the puddle is easier on your engine and drivetrain.
However, go too slow, or stop, and you could get stuck so bad your buddies will have to drag you out.
Another popular method is the go-so-fast-the-mud-won’t-stick method of mudding. Basically, you get your truck going as fast as possible, almost literally flying over the mud.
This video has a little bit of both going on, and all the trucks are wearing bowtie badges. There is even some reverse mudding, because sometimes, going backwards is just more fun.