A Baja Truck, historically, is a rear-wheel-drive truck that is used to pre-run, or try out a Baja race course before the race to make sure the course runs well and doesn't have any major hazards.
A prerunner vehicle traditionally has rear-wheel drive and lots of suspension travel, especially in the front, to soak up large bumps and smooth out landings.
The full-bodied pre-runners had large, high front fender cut-outs to accommodate the amount of up-travel of the front suspension without increasing the ride height. Ride height is kept as low as possible to improve stability. As a result, prerunners often look like they have a reverse-rake, or a low-rear stance.
Bigfoot Stadium Super Trucks shows Baja Off-Road
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Posted Dec 29, 2012, 5:07 PM by Roberta Gordy
California build Truck at The Dakar 2013
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