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Unleashed 4x4 truckers get down and dirty

8:30 AM, Nov. 18, 2012
Unleashed 4x4 mud truckers
Unleashed 4x4 mud truckers: A local group of mud truckers travels to Grafton to drive supercharged trucks through mud swamps, up steep hills and through narrow wooded areas.
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Towering over the other cars in his driveway, Andy Otten's bright orange truck has become an unmistakable sight along West Mason Street in Green Bay.

With 44-inch tires and suspension that lifts the cabin 5 feet off the ground, the mammoth truck looks poised to devour all other vehicles in its path. But unlike its monster truck cousins, this truck isn't made to crush other cars. Otten's ride is a "mud truck."

"(Mud trucking) is building a truck to try to go places you shouldn't go with trucks. It's kind of like racing cars, but with no rules," said Otten, 25. ...

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