Who Makes the Raminator Monster Truck?

The Raminator Monster Truck is an impressive vehicle that has earned the title of being one of the most powerful and massive monster trucks in the world. It is owned by Hall Brothers Racing and driven by the legendary driver, Mark Hall.

The truck was originally built from a Dodge Ram 2500 chassis back in 1998, and it has since gone through numerous changes to become what it is today.

The Raminator Monster Truck stands at a towering height of 13 feet tall, which makes it one of the tallest monster trucks ever created. Its massive size is due to its custom-built frame and custom-built suspension system, which can handle up to 12 feet of suspension travel. It also features a unique four-wheel drive system and a 12-foot wheelbase that allow it to handle any type of terrain imaginable.

The Raminator Monster Truck is powered by a 525hp 800 cubic inch V10 engine that produces an amazing amount of power and torque. This engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission that allows for smooth shifts at any speed. The truck also features four-wheel steering, which helps make this monster truck even more agile on any terrain.

Who Makes the Raminator Monster Truck?

The Raminator Monster Truck is made by Hall Brothers Racing, which is based in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The company was founded in 1998 by brothers Mark and Steve Hall, who brought together their years of experience as drag racers with their passion for building monster trucks.

Hall Brothers Racing designs, builds, and maintains all aspects of the Raminator Monster Truck including its chassis design, powertrain setup, custom suspension system, body modifications and more. All components used in building this monster truck are held to the highest standards so that they can withstand harsh environments while providing maximum performance.


The Raminator Monster Truck is made by Hall Brothers Racing based out of Virginia Beach in the United States. Their team of experienced engineers build this incredible vehicle from the ground up using only high quality components that ensure maximum performance no matter what terrain it’s driven on.

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Stephen Dunn