With a long list of available accessories and the ability to custom build a Mudd-Ox, it seems we never produce “stock” vehicles. Most are outfitted to suit the owner’s specific needs. Below are galleries and information about each unique build. For information on each specific accessory, click here.
Beaver Dam tracks are extremely aggressive, turning the Mudd-Ox into a terror of the swamp. Utility maintenance companies prefer the additional lighting, and safety of a rear roll bar.
Ready for working in the swamp or trekking through snow, units fitted with cabs are excellent for year-round conditions. Optional heat and A/C keeps the operator comfortable.
Dual wheels provide excellent flotation in the water. Mixed with a catwalk, toolboxes and safari rack, this XL is capable of hauling loads across wet terrains.
Photos taken at Rouch Off-Road, this 57 hp XL tackled everything the park had to offer. It was a testing day for the new engine setup, so technically we are working in these photos. Very hard work, we promise.
Snow on the ground with a popping red Mudd-Ox is classic winter beauty. Fitted with a cab and safari rack, this unit is ready for outdoor adventure. Whether its ice fishing or hauling utility workers, this XL has you covered.
This particular machine was emergency ordered to serve as a rescue vehicle after Hurricane Harvey. With dual wheels, the Mudd-Ox has increased stability. It was also fitted with an outboard motor for quicker travel across water.
An overlanding machine, this Mudd-Ox with safari rack and open atmosphere is excellent for enjoying the warm summer air. The windshield will keep dust off front occupants, while Adair tracks provide extra traction in mucky terrain.
Fires can occur in remote areas where it’s difficult to reach with traditional vehicles. Mudd-Ox can be custom ordered with the equipment you need to keep the community safe.
A truly unique setup, this light rescue unit is fitted with everything from flotation to sirens. The light bars were custom ordered to have solid, flashing, white and yellow settings. With a canvas cab system, it can be enjoyed in colder climates.
For those traveling in swaps with excessive brush, a Mudd-Ox on tracks with a brush cage is a match made in heaven. Tracks lower the overall ground pressure which allows the vehicle to “float” on top of the swamp.
Attention preppers. A “doomsday” special, this XL is built to last even in the most extreme conditions. Comfort and capability is achieved with heat, A/C, tracks, catwalk, outboard motor, and the list goes on.
XL with catwalk, cab and Chevron tracks is a common setup for hunters. It will transport people where it’s difficult to walk. The catwalk provides increased stability and a path to walk around the Mudd-Ox.
We love this lineup of three Vengeance’s with varying accessories. These machines were hauled across the US, past Mount Rushmore and finally into Alaska where they currently reside.
A sea of green. Custom built toolboxes mounted to the catwalk. They’re definitely handy, but restricts access to the rear passenger compartment.
You can’t go wrong enjoying the winter season with a Mudd-Ox on Ripsaw tracks. Extremely low ground pressure allows the vehicle to traverse across snow and other soft terrains.
One for the person who desires additional cargo room and lightening, this machine with safari rack and 50″ light bar does just that. Dual winches provide a sense of security when out in the bush.
Our very first Mudd-Ox ever sold was fitted with a canvas cab. It’s truly a versatile unit, with the ability to work in full cab, half cab or simply a sun shade. This lives up the hype.
Forget plowing the driveway fast, you can plow the entire neighborhood with this setup. You’ll be a hero.
One of the first Mudd-Ox’s with a catwalk, we built this for a local customer that hunts muskrats, turtles and coyotes. It’s never a dull day in his Mudd-Ox.