Bushwacker Brigade | 12/7
There was stiff competition this week, but we’ve boiled it down to this great mix of trucks and Jeeps! A few people had questions as to how we make our decisions for each Bushwacker Brigade. Well, we first break down the submissions by who has flares and who doesn’t. If we don’t have enough entries with flares then we select from those who don’t have Bushwacker flares. We then look at each photo’s composition, quality, and for other clues that indicate how group activity.
This process is harder than it seems! We wish we could give everyone swag, but we’re limited to five winners max – so the competition is tough at times. If we feel that someone is deserving, but didn’t make the cut, then we’ll re-enter them in the next Bushwacker Brigade.
To this week’s winners: be sure to send us an Email to receive your complimentary Bushwacker gear! Didn’t get picked this week? Don’t worry! contestants will be reconsidered next round.
Thanks, and congratulations to the winners!
It gets mighty cold up in Alberta, Canada, but that doesn’t phase Danny and his 2006 GMC 2500 HD. His rig is outfitted with paint matched Bushwacker Cut-Out Fender Flares that keep him covered when the terrain gets nasty. Great lookin’ rig, thanks for sharing Danny!
Thanks for sharing Paul! seems like you’re ready for anything!
Love it or hate it – sand can be a nightmare at times, and it looks like Shawn definitely found a soft spot! I’m sure it didn’t hold him up for long since his TJ looks well equipped. Shawn states that our Flat Flares do “…a great job of keeping mud out of my jeep, and allow great tire clearance with my budget suspension lift”
Glad to hear it Shawn! and thanks for sharing!