This post features a Mega Mud Jeep. Like many things, there are levels to Jeep life. On a scale of beginner to advanced, we'd place mega mud jeep owners/drivers in the advanced segment. They've graduated way beyond casual trailing and minor lift kits. For the proud few, Jeep is life. Cut to this video of a Jeep girl wowing the crowd the as she shows off her muddy maneuvering. The driver was obviously a little shaken up as a result of the crazy roll over. We're glad she was able to get out of the vehicle in one piece and give the thumb's up. Like I said, there are levels to it. This isn't for everyone. It takes a lot of skill, experience, and courage to get into one of these big rigs and do what she did. Once again we'd like to show our appreciation to BareKnuckleVideo for the original content over at Youtube. If you're in need of a set of mud tires, check out the Nitto Mud Grappler and Wrangler mud guards. Of course, we have plenty of other accessories to set your rig up, no matter what level of Jeeping you find yourself. What level are you? Beginner, intermediate or advanced? Tell us in the comments!Click to Share!
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