The off-road community is still going strong out in Moab, Utah for Easter Jeep Safari (EJS). This year’s event is only about half way done, but the fun is far from over.
Vehicles have been catching our eye, but one that has stood out from the rest is Heavy D’s BroDozer. Yes, this is the same Heavy D from the Discovery Channel show Diesel Brothers. Some may think they are not into the off-road scene, but the vehicle they brought out to EJS says otherwise.
This vehicle began as a beat up Ford F350 before it started to have three square trails a day. The vehicle sits on massive Mickey Thompson 54-inch Baja Claws and military axles which push the overall width of the vehicle to 10 feet.
King Shocks, Wet Sounds, Edge Products, Beard seats, Warn Industries, and plenty of Rogue 4 LED lights to turn any rock into the hottest party spot out there. This vehicle is more than just looks, it functions just as good.
Obstacles and trails stood no chance against BroDozer. Potato Salad Hill, Devil’s Hot Tub, and area BFE all fell victim to one of the largest, if not the largest vehicle out at EJS this year. It is great to see the vehicles that they build are not just TV magic, but works of art.
The Diesel Sellerz team has packed up and made the trip back to Salt Lake City after conquering Moab. They used their six-wheel-drive vehicle, Super Six to tow BroDozer out to the trails. The trailer with two vehicles loaded weighed close to 45,000 pounds.
What do you think of this massive diesel trail rig and how it did out at Moab? Tell us in the comments below!