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GMZ Wheels Presents: UTV Wolfpack's "RYDN Dirty"

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The Rockstar Energy Drink & Polaris UTV Wolfpack race team take's full advantage of California rain showers, as The Merrell Brother's decide it's time to take a break from the shop and go stopping in the mud with their new rain boots, except their rain boots happen to be "GMZ Tires" and 2014 Polaris RZR XP1000's. Check out the amazing cinematography captured on this rainy day! We hope this video inspires you to get out and play in the Dirt!

Thank you to all our sponsors!

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Presented By GMZ Race Products

Produced By The Merrell Brother's

Director: Jeremy Merrell

Director Of Photography: Will Rodgers

Editor: Dustin Poteet

Animator: Jeremy Merrell

Photographer: Shilynn Milligan

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