How much does a monster truck cost?

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As of 2014, Offroaders.com states that professionally driven monster trucks cost an approximate average of $150,000. Depending on the number of trucks that the team carries and the related and necessary costs, including hauling trucks, tools, spare parts, mechanics and crew, total operational costs may exceed $1 million.

The custom-made 66-inch-high monster truck tires cost an average of $2,600 each, and teams typically replace eight tires over the course of a year's racing. On average, monster truck teams burn through five engines per season at an approximate cost of $40,000 each. Remakes of damaged fiberglass bodies cost about $3,000, which is much less than the original custom-design cost of $50,000.

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