- Truck Name: Raulerson Toyota
- Owner/Driver/Where From: Jeff Raulerson/Jeff Raulerson/ Lake City, FL
- Years Owned: 10 Yrs
- Truck Model: 1995 Toyota
- Engine: 496 Big Block Alcohol injected
- Tires/Lift: 18 in CNC shocks with 14 x 9 x 24 cut BKT 171 on 15 x 24 in rims
- Awards/Competitions Won: Second place at South Berlin Bogg class, 1st and second place race finishes at Woodpecker mud boggs all in 2016
- Favorite Mud Parks/Events: Iron Horse in Perry, FL
- Fun Fact about Your Truck and/or Yourself: The original name of the truck was “Big Boy Flexin'”
- Facebook Page/Twitter Link if Available: Jeffery Raulerson
- Sponsors: FTI Transmissions, LKQ, Tim Goosby’s fuel and race products, CNC overtime, Plan B fabrication
What got you in to the mud biz? How long have you been at it? The love of mud and my brother. We have mudded for as long as we can remember even if it was with our tonka trucks.
Married? Kids? Are they involved? My wife Lisa and I have been married for 13 years. We have two boys Jackson (7) and Leyton (3). The boys like to help me in the shop when we are working on the truck. When they are able they all go the the mud events with me.
If you could get behind the wheel of any other truck which would it be? A favorite truck besides your own? I would love to drive the “Above All” (Dustin Ramacher) truck.
What keeps you in the game? The love of building the truck and then seeing how it performs.
Do you have any rituals or habits prior to a race day? We usually have a “pre game” cook out and gathering the night before the event while final adjustments are made and things get loaded.
What’s one fun non-mud related fact we might not know about you? I love to dog hunt!
If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? Hawaii
What do you think the most important part of a truck is? Motor
What is your daily driver? 2005 Duramax Chevrolet
What is on the Horizon for you/your truck? It always wants more power
How did your truck get it’s name? Mark Manning always posted pictures of my truck and referred to it as the “Raulerson Toyota” It just kind of stuck with me. The original name was “Big Boy Flexin'”