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Discussion in 'Beam-Monsters' started by enjoyinorc6742, Dec 2, 2016.

  1. ThunderBuddy02

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    ScreenShot2018-04-28at92704AM.png I know this is a bump...but I may have a problem here...
     
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  2. Dman8426!

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  3. IAchievedBacon

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    I wouldn't expect a release anytime soon...
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  4. Hawk005

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    What a mad back flip
    and the other tab is just my other moniter screen
     

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  5. IAchievedBacon

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    Dual screen? Just take a screenshot ingame with the screenshot tab thing
     
  6. Hawk005

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    oh never thought of that heres some more. I love Son-Uva digger and heres one of Ryan's moves. (bicycle to moonwalk) Also can anyone else do this it took me 4 hours to perfect xD
     

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  7. Mike Bevavava

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    Yay someone appreciates my custom truck
     
  8. IAchievedBacon

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    Bev Pack is gud...
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  9. Hawk005

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    Mike I love your custom truck it looks the best in my opinion, but honestly they are all great. ;)
     
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  10. Hawk005

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    Happy memorial Day Everyone! took some pictures of Big Foot All American
     

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  11. freddy5404

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    Todd Leducc does that to now.
     
  12. IAchievedBacon

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    Woah there! Your breaking the laws of physics here!
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  13. Hawk005

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    nothing as good as crushing a car
     

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  14. freddy5404

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    As classic as could be.
     
  15. Hawk005

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    I dont have anything against Ford or the Mustang
     
  16. freddy5404

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    No I'm saying it's classic that your using the monster truck to crush a car kinda how all of Monster Jam and monster trucks in general got it's fame.

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  17. Hawk005

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    I wonder who was the one to be like my truck isn't lifted enough then puts 4 tractor tires on it and called it a monster truck (don't answer that question)
     
  18. enjoyinorc6742

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    sit down children, let me tell you the story of a truck named Bigfoot....

    it all got started in 1973 when a man by the name of Bob Chandler bought a brand new 1974 Ford F-250 High Boy. he took his family camping alot and loved the 4wd that the truck had. since there 4x4 shops were few and far between, he built his own shop called Midwest Four Wheel Drive. Bob would put bigger tires on the truck for better offroad capability but then the axles would break, so he put bigger axles under it then the motor didn't have enough power so he put a bigger motor in it, then the wheels weren't good enough so he put bigger wheels on it and a constant cycle began. someone said "you break your truck so often because of your Big Foot". Bob decided to call his truck Bigfoot in 1975 and by 1977, there quite a few other 'imitators', USA-1, The Beast, King Kong, and Godzilla were the trucks at the time. Bob kept breaking parts then kept putting bigger parts on. 1979, Bob got a Ford sponsorship for Bigfoot and the front clip was changed. in 1981, Bob Chandler decided he wanted to run over some cars, which the truck proved was very easy. by 1983, Bob had crushed cars in front of a few crowds but none had the saying power that the crush in Pontiac had. after the crush in Pontiac, Monster Trucks started to become popular and the rest, as they say, is history.

    Bigfoot 1 in 1974 ish


    Bigfoot 1 in 1974/75 Ish


    Bigfoot 1 in 1975/76


    Bigfoot 1 in 1977


    Bigfoot 1 in 1981


    Bigfoot 2 (identical to Bigfoot 1 aside from a few things) in 1983
     
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  19. Hawk005

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    Thanks for the story that I said not to tell I
    'll mark that informative xD
     
  20. IAchievedBacon

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    What a great story...;)
     
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