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    The popularity of monster trucks can be seen from the number of Monster Trucksports events and video games they’re featured in. No doubt, it’s their size that has captivated the people’s fancy.

    Monster Truck Dimensions: Bigfoot #10

    Its height is 10′ and the weight is 10,000 lbs. It is 11′ 9" wide. The tires measures 66 x 43 x 25. The engine is 572 c.i. and the transmission is C-6 automatic. The fuel type is methanol and it comes with nitrogen charged custom designed shocks. The Bigfoot 10 also has ZF Axles with internal wet brakes/planetaries.

    The Bigfoot 10 was designed by Bob Chandler, which took more than 700 hours. The engine is situated at the back of the driver. The suspension of the truck was designed to give it 30 inches of suspension travel. The truck won in the 1992 World Championship of Monster Truck Racing in the Special Events Penda Points Series.

    Monster Truck Dimensions: Bigfoot #11

    The Bigfoot is 10’ high and weighs 10,000 lbs. It is 11′ 9" and the tires measure 66 x 43 x 25. The engine is also a 572 c.i. The transmission is C-6 automatic and uses methanol for fuel. The shocks setup is the same as Bigfoot 10. Its body is fiberglass. The Bigfoot 11 design was based on the Bigfoot 10.

    However it has 32” of suspension travel. It was first used in Las Vegas and was victorious at the 1993 Special Events Penda Points Series. Bigfoot 11 was the MTRA’s 1993 Truck of the Year. One of its most notable performances was when Dave Harkey used Bigfoot 11 to jump 217 feet, 3 inches.

    Monster Truck Dimensions: Bigfoot #14

    Bigfoot 14’s tires measure 66 x 43 x 25 and is 11′ 9" wide. It is 10’ high and weighs 10,000 lbs. The transmission is Abruzzi 2-speed and the fuel is methanol. The body is fiberglass.

    The truck made its debut in 1994 in New Orleans and won the 1995 Special Events Penda Points Series. The truck won its second championship in 1998, taking eight out of the 13 races. The truck placed second in the USHRA Points Series in 1994. The truck placed second in the ProMT (Professional Monster Trucks) racing series.

    Monster Truck Dimensions: Bigfoot #15

    The tires measure 66 x 43 x 25, and is 11′ 9" wide. Like the other Bigfoot trucks it is 10’ high and weighs 10,000 lbs. The transmission is Abruzzi 2-speed and the fuel type is methanol. It comes with eight shocks and ZF axles. The engine is 572 c.i. The body is fiberglass.

    Debuting in November, 1994, the truck placed third in the 1995 Penda Points Series. Bigfoot 15 won the Points Series Championship in 1997. In 1998, the truck made a leap of 148 feet, 6 inches. The truck also won the ProMT (Professional Monster Trucks) racing series in 2000.

    The monster truck dimensions used in sports are built according to precise specifications. This is the reason why the trucks can be maneuvered by its drivers with ease.

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