GM Camp Vehicle: '03 GMC Z71 Owner: Skip Gay, Windsor, ME Tires & Wheels: 38.5x16 Boggers on 16x10 wheels Suspension: 7.5-inch Superlift Drivetrain: Stock Performance Mods: 4.8L Other Doodads: 3-inch Body lift Does everything work the way you want?: Works great Anything to add?: I use the truck to pull my tent camper that's custom-lifted and sitting on a set of 35-inch Thornbirds. Candy Chop Vehicle: '79 Chevy Suburban Owner: Kyle Harshbarger, Suisun City, CA Tires: 38-inch Toyo Open Country Mud Terrains Suspension: Custom 6-inch Drivetrain: SM-465, NP205, Dana 44 front, 14-bolt rear with a Detroit Locker, 4.56 gears Performance Mods: 350ci Other Doodads: 3-inch body lift, custom rear chop Does everything work the way you want?: Yes Anything you would change?: Add a soft top and shackle flip and get out on the trail more! Busby Guy Vehicle: '96 Geo Tracker Owner: Ed Busby, Columbus, IN Tires: 35x13.50 Baja Claws Suspension: Custom spring-over Drivetrain: Front axle from an '85 Toyota pickup, rear axle from a '90 Toyota pickup, open front, welded rear, 4.10 gears Performance Mods: Stock Other Doodads: Custom bumpers, Warn winch Does everything work the way you want?: It's moving along one part at a time. Anything you would change?: Lower gears and more power! Class Leader Vehicle: '72 Ford Bronco Owner: John F. Thomas, Slidell, LA Tires: 33x12.50 Maxxis Bighorns Suspension: 2.5-inch lift Drivetrain: NV3550, Dana 44 front, 9-inch rear, 3.55 gears Performance Mods: 5.0L pulled from an '87 Mustang Other Doodads: 1-inch body lift, custom bumpers and cage Funniest Wheeling Incident: Showing up at the annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab! Does everything work the way you want?: Getting there Anything you would change?: Lockers and lower gears Anything to add?: Thanks for the great magazine. My son who is a shop teacher in Covington, Louisiana, built this from top to bottom. I taught auto shop for 33 years and often kept many of your magazines in my classroom for reference and to let the students enjoy. Hay Row Vehicle: '01 Dodge Ram 2500 Owner: Allen Wellborn, Laramie, WY Tires: 285/75/16 mud-terrains Suspension: Stock Drivetrain: NV5600, NV241, Dana 60 front, Dana 80 rear, 3.55 gears Performance Mods: 5.9L Cummins turbodiesel, Edge programmer, RV275 injectors, AFE intake, FASS fuel pump and filter, 5-inch custom exhaust Other Doodads: Valair clutch, Ranch Hand bumpers, Pro Comp steering stabilizers, Auto Meter gauges Funniest Wheeling Incident: Pulling out a stuck Suburban with a 35-foot trailer still attached to my truck! Does everything work the way you want?: Yes Anything you would change?: 100hp injectors, bigger turbo, ARB Air Lockers, and 35s Anything to add?: Since I am working on a college student's budget it's a pretty slow build. Overall the truck works great as my daily driver, hay hauler, and farm service truck. Car-B-Q Vehicle: '94 Jeep Wrangler Owner: Tim Yocum, Fenton, MI Tires & Wheels: 42-inch Iroks on H1 wheels Suspension: Custom front and rear four-link with 21/2-inch Fox air shocks Drivetrain: SM465, 4.3 Atlas, Dana 60 front with a Detroit Locker, Dana 60 rear with a spool, 5.13 gears Performance Mods: 350ci Other Doodads: CJ front end conversion, custom cage and bodywork Funniest Wheeling Incident: There was a small engine fire on our second trip out. My stepdaughter sent a text to all her friends saying she was at a Car-B-Q. Does everything work the way you want?: Yes Anything you would change?: Coilovers Formula Toy Vehicle: Hendrix Motorsports Formula 4 chassis Owner: Jeff & Tracy Koens, Antioch, CA Tires & Wheels: 39.5-inch Iroks on 15-inch wheels Suspension: Custom leafs Drivetrain: Dual transfer cases, Detroit Lockers, 5.29 gears Performance Mods: 22R with EFI upgrade Other Doodads: Drivetrain moved back 8 inches Does everything work the way you want?: Everything but the winch Anything you would change?: Front and rear four-link suspension with coilovers Anything to add?: Buggy started off life as an '84 Toyota pickup 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Ali Mansour Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!