- Truck Name: Pimp Juice
- Owner/Driver: Daniel Roberts, also driver, Sheridan, AR
- Years Owned: Since 2011
- Truck Model: 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500hd Crew Cab
- Engine: LS 6.0
- Tires/Lift: 35.5-32 R2 / 4-link coil over, remote res shocks, front and rear sway bars , 2″ DOM subframe
- Awards/Competitions Won: Best of Show-Timberfest, Best of show-Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
- Favorite Mud Park: No Favorite Park, it’s who’s at the park that is the most important, I think they are all my favorite (events)
- Fun Fact about Your Truck and/or Yourself: The truck was originally overbuilt to tower over 54″ boggers as a street truck & I am health nut
- Facebook/Instagram: Daniel Roberts on Facebook/ Midarkoffroad on FB and Instagram
- Sponsor: Mid Ark Off Road
What got you in to the mud biz? How long have you been at it?
I started Mudding as soon as I was old enough to drive a 4 wheeler, but got serious about trucks when I was 17.
Married? Kids? Are they involved?
Married to Ginger Roberts, two children Brooke 16 and Jackson 12. Jackson is heavily involved and always goes anytime I go.
If you could get behind the wheel of any other truck which would it be? A favorite truck besides your own?
If I had the chance, I’d like to drive Paula Cooksey’s “No Worries” bogg truck, A lot of favorites, I couldn’t narrow it down
What keeps you in the game?
Jackson constantly keeps my focus on bogging, I enjoy the new places and faces also. And then the request for the truck at shows and events. But most of all the dream of the new truck projects.
What’s one fun non-mud related fact we might not know about you?
I enjoy hunting, playing guitar and working out
If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go?
Anywhere in the world, huh. Well I’d like to visit another planet.
What do you think the most important part of a truck is?
The most important part is the axles assemblies
What is your daily driver?
2003 Ford F-250 8″ lift on 38″ mud grapplers
What is on the Horizon for you/your truck?
No plans for the truck at the moment
How did your truck get it’s name?
My buddy Wayne used to call me Pimp Juice, I thought it’d be a fun name for the truck
Photo Credit: Britani Martin